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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... We walked from the harbour, right up around the casino and up the hill, past the world famous hairpin. Paul took a couple of good photos too! After a nice walk back up the hill (Monaco is so hilly!) well everything is on different levels of the hill, we walked to the palace on the hill. This palace is home to Prince Albert II And was built in 1191. It has a very interesting history because unlike their European counterparts, the ruling family of Monaco ...
... We were picked up by my relative and made our way back to their wonderful house in the hills just outside of Imperia. Here we rested, showered and read before another relative and their friend turned up for lunch. Lunch was wonderfully Italian and very delicious as we had a couple of course before the cousin had to get back to work. Their friend had the day off so offered to take us out and explore Imperia, we went up to the highest point to an ...
After an extremely smooth voyage from Marseilles, we arrived early in the morning at Monaco. So smooth that Shirley did not need her anti-sea-sickness bands! As we entered the harbour, we saw below us lots of expensive cruisers and yatchs moored in marina. Probbly more than a billion dollars worth. We berthed only 5 minutes walk from the town. We quickly found a small tourist ...
... around from that point.
We took a harbour crossing vessel back to the tender loading area. Before heading back to the ship it was decided that some form of bevy was needed, just to say we had. The result was a few beer and some ice cream, all quite enjoyed at the end of the day.
It was a port of call that we can honestly say there is no desire to return. Saw it once, that is more than enough.
Once back on board ...
... 8000 Euros a square foot in some spots.
Another gorgeous day in the sunny Mediterranean!
Next we drove to a perfumery in France called Fragonard. The girl explained briefly in her charming French accent how the flower petals were collected and then steamed to make the perfumes essence. I bought a nice soap for Steve there. Nothing was overly perfume-y which I liked. The factory is very clean looking and is on a hilltop so it's also a very picturesque spot.