Hotel Esprit d'Azur
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... boys enjoyed driving the grand
prix track that they have driven many times in Grand Turismo on PS3.
Although doing only 50 speed limit in a Citroen berlingo and stopping for pedestrians isn't quite the same feel, so we did it a second time a bit faster.
We visited the Monte Carlo casino, again our Citroen didn't seem to fit in amongst all the
Ferraris and Lamborginis parked out the front. ...
... have Busabout wrist bands on and strikes up a conversation with them. They were from Australia and had just been to Monaco and told us all about it. Apparently for a scotch and a beer it was 23 Euro! What the WHAT!
We left that nice couple as they were leaving on the bus tomorrow and head upstairs to get a good night sleep in our room. The windows were open and we were on 2 different top bunks across the room from each other. In a 4 bed dorm what are the odds of having ...
... paraglide in the Mediterranean and loved it.
One day we caught the train to Monaco. The scenic ride there was only 30 minutes but was truly amazing. Our cameras were out clicking like a typical tourist as we passed by Ville Franche and Eze and other coastal towns. We read that Monte Carlo is the second smallest country (first being The Vatican) Every picture we took was postcard quality and the views from ...
... and headed to the Ticketing area. There were 3 kiosks, one had a Windows error and wasn't working, one was for buying tickets, and one was for printing prepaid tickets. We went to the kiosk to do exactly as we did in Genoa, followed the RailEurope instruction and......nope. No tickets. You can only print tickets from the kiosk when your destination is the same country. Ventimiglia, Italy to Nice, France wasn't going to work. And all the real people ...
... why people love it here, once I got to slow down to their pace.
For dinner, I went out with a couple of American girls who both live in Geneva but didn't meet until they arrived at the hostel. Small world, especially since I was born there. Now we're back at the hostel, we're just talking with other people about our trips over some beers. We have about 12 people sitting in a circle so this is quite cool. But I'm going to get back to conversation now. See ya!