B&B Hotel Sophia Antipolis
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... have to pay €1,000,000. We were dropped at the Monaco palace, and got to take some pictures and Zach and Steve had organised a champagne toast for us overlooking the bay. After that we were taken to the Monte Carlo casino. The James Bond casino. Where a martini will cost you €16. We had a quick gamble and soaked in the atmosphere, before Nikki, Simon and I ventured out to see some of the ...
... open arms.
Our fist stop inside the city walls was at the most dominating site in the city... the castle, called Comtal Chateau. To our nice surprise, as it was the first Sunday of the month, entrance to the castle was free! This is something to keep in mind if you find yourself in the area at the start of a month. The castle is well maintained and we spent a pleasant couple of hours exploring it. While we were in the castle the weather changed ...
Another beautiful day and we are in the glamorous port of Monte Carlo, perhaps most famous for being the hangout of the rich, the exclusive casinos, and of course not forgetting the annual formula one race. This isn't somewhere we would have chosen to visit, so we are intrigued to see what this place is all about. The first thing we see is the marina filled with super yachts and those not quite so super but very nice just the same.
We hurry off the ship and realise that Monaco ...
... gets so deep so fast! Maybe five steps in your in deeper than you can stand in! To put it simply, has anyone ever floated in an Australian beach? Here in Nice floating is very easy! Sadly, body boarding is downright impossible, and even if you could you would probably get severe gravel burn. Swimming at the beach, relaxing on the sand... Sorry, on the large rocks... Of course we all got hot and bothered, so we cooled down with gelatos - and a ...
... below. The final village for today was Castagniers, also connected with the prize-winning cailletier olive oil. Whilst the museum was closed, on leaving the village we came across a sign for the mill and were eventually able to buy some oil and olive pâté from the shop. So our journey had not been in vain and we have some foodie souvenirs to savour later in the trip. Wednesday night is party night here, so off to the bar to publish this ...
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