Ibis Styles Beaulieu-sur-Mer
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... and other big sports car names that I know nothing about…I know, shame on me. We made our way to the casino where Georgina and Hector proceeded to get a picture with a mat finish Ferrari and no, they were not the only ones who stopped to get a pic with this car. We saw many others. So, to say the least, Monaco is a bit of a Posh little country.
When we had returned to our hotel room, Dana and I had a relaxing evening on our balcony drinking wine and trying a ...
... to obey the rules of the road, traffic lights ...
... musical bonus. Where else might you find nestled in the handicapped section of a bus, a drummer and guitarist!
We thoroughly enjoyed our time in the French Riviera but tomorrow we travel 3 hours on a not-so-fast TGV train to Avignon. There we’re supposed to pick up our brand new lease car in which we’ll travel for more than two months in Provence, Burgundy and beyond. ...
... fountain display to music. Very classey. I even recognised some of the tunes, but don't ask me to name them. And no it wasn't Handel's water music - or whatever the official name is!It was a bit
like the one in Dubai, that we couldn’t see, but smaller. At least we saw this
one without thousands of people blocking our view! After the gardens we did a
tour of the house. The house was decorated and furnished with rare and
elaborate pieces from ...
... Hairpin and I understand it is soon to enter it's fourth incarnation as Fairmont Hairpin, after the hotel's current owners. Whatever. To me and most other people it's still called Loews, although the name is largely irrelevant. 'Most famous hairpin bend in the world' would be the most accurate tag.
Portier is a double right-hander, the second of which is where the Mediterranean opens up, affording views along the coast to the other bits of this tiny Principality ...