Campanile Grasse Chateauneuf
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... weekly upkeep and maintenance. Shelley arranged for our transfer to the airport and we were there by 10:30 for a 12:30 flight. The airport was quite busy, took over an hour to get our boarding passes and get through security. At the gate we ran into Grace and Rick who are on our flight to Montreal. They have been here 2 weeks, staying in Nice. The flight left on time and arrived 25 minutes early ...
... have a bum on a seat you you have to purchase. Met up with the boys later but hey had 't been to car museum so they took off with Gail & I coming back to ship. Monaco consists of 2 square kms with the harbour boasting the largest privately owned boats, some with their own helicopter pads, pool, Oh such LUXURY, even the smaller pleasure craft going up & down are BIG. The cars driving around ...
Happy Birthday Eileen!
Kate woke early this morning and kept herself busy researching the Internet, getting ideas on what she can do to become a millionaire when she is older. She is also making a list of jobs or businesses she can start when we get home to help kick start her dreams. Obviously yesterday made an impact on her.
This morning after a nice birthday breakfast with Eileen we headed off to the beautiful city of Nice. As Nathan ...
... world, it was unfair of me to pick on Monte Carlo’s casino.
Lucky for Steven, and everyone else on board the ship, there was a shop in Monte Carlo that had all the promise of being able to sell us a camera, it was called FNAC (pronounced FNAC). The home of FNAC is Le Metropole shopping centre. We wasted no time in seeking it out (without a map, of course). On our way to Le Metropole we wandered past a few billion Euros worth of boats, multiple Farraris and ...
... of places with umbrellas that you rent, and chairs. Which is totally necessary, since the beach is all rocks. Like big rocks. Kurt immediately spied the paddle boards and wanted to do that. So I rented some beach chairs and they got changed into bathing suits. Mark and Kurt went out on the paddle board first, and karl and I went to buy a raft. After a bit, karl went on the paddle board and Kurt and I threw the football around. Let me tell you, that ...