Campanile Grasse Chateauneuf
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... floating in a beautiful, serene place lost to time.
Our dinner at VistaMar in the Hermitage Hotel (One of Monte Carlo/Monaco's top 10 restaurants) was complete with foie gras, sea bass, lamb, chocolate fondant and Grand Marnier Souffle... a perfect ending to an amazing meal. We finished the night in a small club cut into the side of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean.
... All of us were now getting very behind on our washing so we set off to try and find a laundromat and explore the coastal city. We took some tourist photos sticking our heads in the jack sparrow cut out and Todd in the Charlie's angels one too. We saw the building where Cannes film festival is held. We went to the beach to but part of the walkway was closed for something. It's strange that we only travelled like 30 mins on the train and we had ...
... located in a parking garage. Well, it’s not exactly in the parking garage itself, but just off “Level 0,” which is three circular stories below the “+3” entrance level. We had arranged a rendezvous with old friends whom we had met there. We saw Anne with her infant son Emmanuel, who inexplicably was no longer a baby, but now ten years old! And our good friend Paula was there too.
After church we took the inevitable walk down ...
... and I did not realize I have such a big smile.
The results for us are as Follows:
Team prize - we came first - yes FIRST! in our team was 2 more mother a daughter teams, and 2 mixed (woman driver and male navigator).
And then Mum and I came 7th overall. We finished how we started and were very pleased (Mum even mentioned that it was a better place than Dad had done in any of ...
... our money was lost before we started (a daring amount of 10 euros between us all), we headed back to the train station to catch the last train home.
After a restful night and another generous breakfast we were ready to say good bye to Nicolas and his family and move on to Italy. (We did attempt to update the blog once again but Nicolas' two young sons were obsessed with a computer game and gave us little chance but to research our next place to stay).
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed