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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... gets prettier everyday. [FYI - Colby is one of the two American import players that the team is allowed. He went to PLU with Conor and I. His wife, Missy, will be joining us in April. Having a friend from home has been such a blessing. The other import player is Kevin. He played for Stanford and is from California, so he shares our West Coast love. I'm sure you'll see their names keep popping up in future posts as they will do lots of exploring with ...
... prove its existence. You'll have to take my word that the view was exactly as I've described it.
We paused to take in the beauty before us. Steven sighed. I cursed – convinced that Monte Carlo was blowing us a big fat raspberry.
Quietly we continued the last few hundred metres climb to the Jardin Extiotique’s entrance.
The Jardin’s driveway way busy with trucks unloading chairs and tables. We didn’t think anything of it until ...
... wet our hair fully with water from a tap nearby. It was above 30C. We then had a good look around the town and had a yummy ice cream to cool down. Then went on a hunt for the casino which took a while driving through the streets but we finally found it. The casino looked cool because it had a shiny mirrored bowl on a roundabout out front. Unfortunately you had to be 18 to go in so we couldn't. Then we went on another hunt for the Prince's car collection ...
... could not be said for my travel partner). But map reading skills are useless when you don't have a map.
So map-less American travelers wearing flip-flops and tank tops made our way to one of the riches places in Europe. We saw all the expensive cars and the surrounding Gucci and Prada stores swarming with the wealthy browsing the selections that had no price tags.
For tourists, there isn’t really much to do in Monaco ...
In the front of the Casino there is a loop in the road where a row of cars can park. Needless to say, since it's the Ęparking lotĘ for the Casino, the cars you find there aren't quite like the ones you find in your local Bi-Lo for example.
I didn't ...