Cap Estel Hotel
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... the train to work. There are enormous traffic jams on the other two arteries to Monaco, no buses along the road and general inconvenience all around. What makes people mad is that there seems to be nobody working on the problem and they are predicting it will be closed for at least another week! (It has already been closed for ten days). It seems that a lower part of the rock fell so they are worried about the stability of the now overhanging part on top ...
... prying psychological questionnaires. The best part of the day was lunch outside by the pool. The restaurant offered a fabulous buffet and I understand that as it was so good, we are probably going back there for our Christmas lunch.
Tuesday there is a general strike here again. Honestly France is in a bad way with strike after strike, particularly on the trains. I have given up on them. They are constantly not running for one reason ...
... weren't operational the next bus would be full too. There was nothing for it but to drive into Monaco and pay the exorbitant parking fees. I said to the guy (Adam) that my car was just up the road and did he want a lift. He was delighted, so off we went. He was a receptionist at the Accor hotel in Monaco and had just come off night shift. He had fallen asleep on the train from Monaco and when he woke up he realised he no longer had his glasses so he ...
... hence the tan. We had couple of lovely meals down at Papaya Beach in Eze, checked out plage Mala, walked around the Cap d’Ail and had a lovely dinner in Villefranche. Anne Catherine and David invited us to lunch on the Saturday night so on the way to Grasse we checked out St Paul de Vence, the Gorges du Loup looking for a fresh water swimming spot and then visited the old town of Gourdon. Needless to say we had a delicious dinner with ...
... throughout, Paramour is a pretty nice yacht. Not one of the biggest that there is floating around in this pond but I wouldn't say no to a holiday aboard. It's apparently owned by an Australian.
Last night we had an EYM awards night at the Stars and Bars bar overlooking the port in Monaco. The yacht brokerage team had sold 5 super yachts in 5 weeks so they were pretty happy with their achievement and celebrated with an open bar for the EYM team and a few ...