Auberge de Jeunesse "Les Camélias"
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... all that walking we had a lovely dinner in an alleyway somewhere in Old Town before sleep...
Sunday dawned hot again - a triathlon was on the promenade. Great spectacle. We decided to take the bus to Monaco. Good plan? In theory only. The bus was in the port in the next bay, a good walk away, and it was so crowded. Seems many people had the same idea! No seats on the bus, nothing open in Monaco except very ...
... on." She replied. I had a suspicion it was a right turn. Damn, it should have been right. We carried on down the wrong road until I could find somewhere to turn around, I pulled up, took off my driving gloves, sighed a lot, turned around, put my gloves back on again and went looking for the track. We found the track again and rejoined it, we'd nearly missed one of the best bits, the hairpin bend. As we approached the hairpin it was so tempting to use both sides of the road and just ...
... itself. Fi pilots definitely earn their mega salaries here!We had not contributed much to the Monaco economy, apart from lunch and the parking fees, which seem to be similar to Central Auckland.
Our last stop of the day was the Villa and Jardins Ephrussi
de Rothschild on Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, one of the peninsulas on the Cote d'Azure.
It was not the best time for the gardens, being winter here. The views were
stunning though and there was ...
... it's always men that get tarred with the reputation of 'only being after one thing' but I see women as just as bad. You want proof? Take a look around Monaco at the bints climbing out of Ferrari's and tell me they married that guy because of his great sense of humour.
Around Massenet and into Casino Square, the state of affairs reaches a whole new level of crazy. Without having to work too hard to line the shot up, I managed to get no less than four Ferrari 458 Italias ...
... fine for our needs for the next two days.
We had our first swim in the Mediterranean, which was lovely as its 33 degrees.
Never complain about the coarse sand at Mt Martha again, the pebbles at Nice are a killer, murder on the feet. But it was so refreshing. Magnificent.
A quiet night in, with local provisions, and a pretty ordinary bottle of red, and a catch up on lost sleep.
Tomorrow, off on the coastal drive to Monaco.
Look out, our little VW Polo is going to get a work ...