Domaine De L'Albatros
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... 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 ...
... table, roulettes and pokies around the place. I really thought it would be a lot more expensive but it was relativity reasonable. I played the pokies, putting in 5euro wining 8 back then buying a 5 euro chip I thought I did alright but wasn't game enough to waste anymore! After this we went to a bar called the Budha bar which is the first building you come across when walking up the hill to the Monte-Carlo. We all ended up having some YUMMY cocktails, I ...
... I sprained my ankle a beauty... was actually waiting to hear the crack as it happened it was that good, so now Im hobbling around.
So, the French Riviera showed us one of its 65 days in a year of rain on our one day there. YAY. Absolutely soaked. We walked in the rain for the morning cos it was warm enough and we didnt want to waste the day. It cleared up late morning and we hit the beach.... WAIT!! So ...
... off and walk along the promenade. Its already 10am but markets and the sun beds with beach umbrellas are only just setting up for the day. We walk one block in from the beach and come across the fruit and vegetables markets. The produce is so fresh and some of us sample some great tasting bananas and nectarines. We then keep walking along the promenade up to the castle on the hill. We climb over two hundred steps to the top stopping along the ...