Hotel de Monaco
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cap d'Ail
... the enormous sports stadium and the first one I find happens to be a wheelchair access lift thing that takes you down to a mezzanine level where the loos are. Paul gets in too, and we find we have overloaded it and cannot get the doors open. For those who are unaware, Paul has a fear of being stuck in a lift (probably some childhood issue.....). The panic sets in, his breathing starts to do that hyper ventilating thing, I am saying calming and understanding ...
... 2013 We did some washing today then went for a ride to Nyons - a very nice village with a special Roman bridge. Hammy would not stop talking about Georgias birthday tomorrow and he cant wait to see her presents. Grandad told him if he didn't be quiet he would throw Hammy over the bridge. 30th August 2013 Today Hammy was a bit tired so Theo came ...
... crime in the city!
The taxi driver described Monaco as, very rich, very beautiful and very boring.
The reigning Prince is Princess Graces' son, Albert.
We walked to the Casino, and there in front of us were a line of cars which I am not sure were parked there because of some sort of valet service, or they were parked there so that everyone else could see what cars everyone else had.
But you couldn't swing a cat (from Deiva ...
... little for most people, and very few should wear white or red. It just isn't nice.
Our coffee stop was Greolieres. What a splendid choice! One of those small, remote, ancient villages where you wonder, "If we drive up here, will we be able to turn the corner? Or are we going to end up in someone's porch?"
There was a large church in the centre, with a campanile, a cobbled square and an abundant fluttering of flags. We found an old 'auberge' ...
I am leaving Cap d'Ail tomorrow and heading to the farm I mentioned in my last post. It will be a long trip since I am going all the way from the SE to the NW. Luckily, that gives me an excuse to spend another couple days in Paris because the easiest way to get to Belle Ile is from there (and only a sucker would make that trip in one day). Plus I definitely did not eat enough the first time I went to Paris and it is imperative ...