Domaine De L'Albatros
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It is 12;30 am I am 33000 feet on a plane going 550 mph. There is at least four more hours! All around me are people in various stages of discomfort. Flight crew stride up and down the aisles and we are mid-air!! Our plane was delayed so there is some anxiety that we can make our next connection. Yes am insane, But of course in 4 hours will touch down in ...
... head to toe then back again - while her mouth formed an ever-growing sneer that threatened to merge with her frowning brow.
Steven and I saw what she was doing and instinctively we sat at the table nearest hers. 'Let's make her morning complete,’ I thought.
We ordered brownies and coffee then I contemplated leaning over to start up a conversation with the woman so I could insult her with my terrible French in the same way she had insulted us with her ...
... we changed back into dry clothes we walked around a bit more, took more pictures, and grabbed lunch in a little hole in the wall. We then had gelato, I got some this time- Nutella, yum! We decided to take the tram back up to the train station because the boys were tired and it was hot. I managed to buy the tickets from the machine, and remembered to validate them too! We managed to read the train schedule, found our train on track g, and got right ...
... and I felt that I couldn't keep staying here indefinitely. I had been thinking for a long time about doing the Camino de Santiago walk from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostella. I had even persuaded a couple of people to do it with me. It's a journey of 790km and I was feeling a little daunted by the whole idea but felt that I didn't want to leave Europe without giving it a go. So I spent quite a lot of time walking in the hills here ...
Monaco is a 15 minute train ride from Menton, and, in fact, Menton used to be part of the principality until deciding to join with France in the mid-1800s. The tiny country has beautiful modern buildings as well as some older ones in the lower section, and the historic center is at the top of the hill. This is where the prince's palace is, occupied now by Prince ...