Castel du Roy
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... and down into a little pool where a man was throwing in a ball for his fox terrier to retrieve. That was one of the larger dogs that we have seen around here as most people seem to have tiny rat like creatures that really shouldn't be classified as dogs. Perhaps they like to put them in their handbags! We strolled around the top of the hill and then continued down to where there were some Roman ruins that were being excavated and then on to the vantage point at the other side ...
... the stairs when Chandler already had 2 backpacks he was carrying! Haha! The taxis were no where to be seen so we ended up just walking to our hotel. It was only a 15 minute walk, it wasn't bad at all! We checked in, got settled, and decided to take our laundry to a laundromat. The closet one was a couple blocks down, so we walked through town holding all of our dirty clothes in small bags. We finally got to the mat and realized we didn't have ...
... bar instead. Probably would've been healthier to climb the mountain, but I'll die happier with the chocolate. So, after avoiding the heart attack we're back on the bus headed for Nice. Our third country in less than three hours. This time no stops, but just a drive around town. The areas around beaches were very clean, and the architecture was pretty cool. However, away from the beach it looked trashy like Sardinia. Nice drive though. We drove back to Monte ...
... Cannes film festival and quite alot of famous people have left their hand prints in the street along the front. John compared his hands to Sylvester Stallone's. Ramboooooo hahaha! We figured the train back to Nice was the better option at 6.50 euro but only 40 minutes.
Our last evening was spent with a quick dip in the sea at Nice, the beaches here don't have any sand, just rocks, so of course we had to build some rock sculptures. It ...
... 36,000 (but when the Grand Prix is on, it swells to around 500,000 ) Our walk takes us into the cathedral where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier were married and are now buried, as well as past Princess Caroline's and Stephanie's houses and the Palace. We worked our way around to the Monte Carlo Casino, but didn't go inside as time was at a premium and wouldn't have got our money's worth ( extra cost to just walk ...