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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we had a sleep in today missed breakfast! We went and did our washing which was so good to get done! We then walked down to the beach which was not sand it was rock but surprisingly comfortable to lay on had a late lunch which was delicious chicken Caesar salad and a chicken baguette yummo! Then got a taxi back to get ready for our night in Monaco. We left in the bus at 4 and stopped ...
... around in the beautiful well lit area with kids
etc and stumbled upon deMilos an Italian restaurant which had a very cool
waiter, great food and atmosphere where we could watch the people going past while
we were in the warmth. Big meals which
were very good, great service and an awesome way to end the evening – the kids
loved their meals – Tony and Toni did too along with another bottle of local
white wine. Walked home, sorted out ...
... the towel to the water slightly uncomfortable. The water temperature was magical, water delightful and we enjoyed our time in the sun. People watching here is taken to a new level with lots of people out and about to prove their wealth- we sat back and enjoyed the show. We hired bikes and ran/walked each evening along the boulevard where each year they hold the Nice France Ironman. There was lots of talk about putting this one on the bucket list with a flat fast run and ...
... as the sun baked the galets underfoot. Galets are smoothed river rocks, forced down to the sea by melting mountain ice each spring. In full sun the galets reach scorching temperatures, which is in part a reason we selected a private beach for use of lounge chairs.
When our bodies were browned and the sun began to sink, we set off through the city center. We darted in and out of shops, searching for remnant Bastille Day sales and a ...
... name of one and were able to look it up to see who owned it), we are talking Iike 200-300ft yachts. We walked around the casino, snapped some pics of course and then decided to go explore the rest of town. So we scootered through most of the different quartiers and eventually up to one of the highest points in the country to get another good view. We then headed east a little bit and then doubled back as we're starting to get hungry. The road that we had first taken ...