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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... road - we had a campsite to find for the night. Owen missed the turn and we quickly find our way back in toll both queue - nick put out his 'divers arm' reluctantly, we then made it across the three lanes of traffic and illegally pulled a u-turn and avoided the toll by heading back into Monaco. He then decided to take another turn - a steep steep hill in first gear, we wound ourselves to a pretty sweet viewpoint ...
... only 15 or so kilometers more we were entering Monaco. it was still raining lightly as we snaked our way through the streets of Monte Carlo. All three of us stared out the window in wonderment at the amazing city around us (don't worry, I was mostly watching the road) as we looked for a place to park the car for the day. Once Sigmund was safely tucked away in space suitable for a clown car we set out to explore with our umbrellas in hand. It didn't take us long to ...
... to brighten his afternoon! From here we bought a few treat's for dinner before heading back to the house. That evening we met the children who were absolutely gorgeous and wonderful but didn't get that we couldn't speak English! They kept asking us questions and I could understand somethings but not enough to have a conversation with them! We all headed into the centre of Imperia for pizza in a great little restaurant that was once a house! It ...
I think Kev and Elly had enough of my driving and have suggested that we walk around Monaco. We again started our walk down the hill and we managed to get lost again. There are elevators available to use to travel from street to street as they are so steep down. One elevator took us down 3 street levels. Very good but hard to get bearings once out again. Finally got to the open ...
... of the Gendarmes (Jean Dams) which are the Police in France. He inadvertently ended up on a toll road on his bike on the road home (no slip or side road to go around) and set off the toll gate/alarm. Then had to wait for the Gendarmes to come and collect him as he couldn't go forward or back on his bike. And here I was thinking he was 'pulling the ****' when he came in the front door!
To be continued.............................. .. ...