Castellaro Golf Resort
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- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... tower for the other cathedral buildings but never actually rang the bell. It was taken out to lessen the weight. Supporting material has been placed under the weaker foundation and scientists have recently guaranteed it standing for another 200 years. We must have driven through 100+ tunnels, many short ones, cut into the hilly mountain range close by the Mediterranean coast along the journey. Very scenic in the in ...
... Hotel with the rest of the world and the clutch was causing problems in the traffic. However it gave in once, caused the engine to stall and then seemed to be ok again. Fingers crossed for the rest if the trip.
We got going again and managed to drive the course round the hairpin and through the tunnel before heading back out of town and on to our as yet unknown ...
... Charles III of Monaco. The specific mountain is the escarpment at the foot of the Maritime Alps on which the town stands.The history of the area and the ruling Grimaldi family, however, dates back centuries. The port of Monaco is first mentioned in historical records as early as 43 BC, when Julius Caesar concentrated his fleet there while waiting in vain for Pompey.
In the 12th century, the area fell under ...
... cars they are spying (would have been cheaper to take them to the car stores along Paramatta Rd!)
The drive into Nice was nice! The kids decided on a dip in the Med, although were a bit taken aback by the peddles which quashed their idea of playing touch rugby on the beach! I chose a run along the promenade and did some exploring of my own.
Our accommodation was about 10km outside of Nice and the drive there was pretty exciting. ...
... the ride into Monaco was very picturesque. You pretty much follow the coastline from Nice to Monaco. On the left side of you are these massive cliffs and on the right side the most beautiful coastline. There are houses of all shapes, sizes and ages to catch your eye and the coastline is scattered with boats both large and small. In addition to taking all this in you are trying to dodge the traffic, look for directions, watch for rocks falling from ...