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... chockers full of beautiful things. The central hall ('Patio') is a lovely colonnaded area - a light and airy Downton Abbey!! The gardens (several themed areas) were in their element today with spectacular displays of roses, rose products and a variety of plants for sale. The fountains are synchronised to music and effect is spectacular. So a good outing topped off by another local bistro for ...
We headed off from Viareggio towards the Cote D'Azur, not really knowing where exactly we would be staying, but looking forward to France. Just as we were all starting to flag from a long journey through countless tunnels and glorious views we realised we were close to Monaco and so couldn't resist a quick stop for a coffee that would add another country to our list at the ...
... had a team lunch at their restaurant....fabulous, reasonable prices and generous serves. You can see my salmon in the picture
On to Monaco...we were not so lucky with parking and had to park well away from the casino and walk / bus back. All was going well until the cool change came through....bit like the Doctor in Perth and the temperature plummeted from around 30 to 25-26 but the problem was wind and rain came ...
... called Eden Roc and a studio is available for a sweetheart price of $250k. The prices are high here but not astronomical, they remind me of Miami Beach. We went back to Monaco, about 5 minutes way, and walked around. Monaco is full of hills and is a pain to walk. We strolled by Port Hercule and saw the massive amount of yachts. It makes Atlantis look so small. We had lunch at the marina and it was ok, a little overpriced. We walked up to the Casino and it ...
... where Grace Kelly got married. It was a little bit of a hike, but there's a spot next to the palace that gives great views of the city. Our timing was serendipitous - just after we disassembled from taking a group photo we witnessed the changing of the guard. In line with the casino theme and to make the trip more interesting we played Top Deck roulette. What this involved was for €2 we got to pull a number out of a hat ...