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... in this state known for its Monte Carlo casinos, Grand Prix and Princess Grace. It has been independent since the 13th Century.
We had perfect weather for the week and enjoyed the refreshing waters of the mediterranean. It was quiet an effort to actually get in the water and out of the water due to the waves breaking right on the edge and the drop off, after a few steps in. Not to mention how hard it ...
... I got to choose a bottom bunk. I’ve been on a good run of getting bottom bunks lately.
The hostel isn’t the nicest, but for €22 it’s not bad at all. At least our room has its only bathroom so I’m only sharing with five other people instead of about 25 like at the last hostel. It has pretty strange lockers in the room, like I’ve never seen before. It has two little cages under each bed that you can lock, ...
... as streets blocked of. we then decided to get back on train and as we left Monaco decided to get of train prior to Nice at one of the lovely little seaside towns. Yes, we had our mastercard for this eventuality as most of this area is home to some very rich people. We ended up at Vilefranche-sur-Mer which reminded me very much of Porto Venere near La Spezia. There is quite a large beach? and there were quite a few people lazing on the sand?. ...
... places I visited had an Old Town, but I liked Nice’s Old Town best.The streets were more charming and less commercialised, but it would certainly be easy to lose oneself within them. I went for a walk in the evening, trying to find the elevators up to Castle Hill, for my intended visit the following afternoon. I followed the directions I had written out, but somehow missed them, not realizing until I retraced my steps later, that I had walked right past them the first ...
... site. It was a bit scary for Hammy and Theo - they just closed their eyes and held on tight. But oh dear me...we couldn't get the caravan up the little hill to get into the campsite and it scraped on the ground!!!. Never mind the nice man there brought out a little tractor and helped us in. We were all ready for a nice cup of tea and a chocolate biscuit ...