Hotel Esprit d'Azur
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... it where men were hanging Xmas lights in the trees. However we still got a good view and Alistair spoke about it. Then we went into the Picasso museum which is adjacent to a chapel decorated by Picasso. His response to seeing the one by Matisse and which contains many homages to Matisse especially in the side wall named "Peace". The opposite wall called "War" is a typical reaction by Picasso to all forms of war. In the museum itself there is a lovely ...
Left Italia and headed back for France to the Côte d'Azur. Our hotel was right next to the beach overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. We went for a swim shortly after we got there. The water was warm (27°C) and a rich deep blue and ...
... equally exotic. We peered into a few of the most exclusive looking restaurants past tightly suited waiters and crisp white tablecloths. It appeared it might cost way more than we could afford just to walk in the door. The views from the restaurant windows would no doubt be spectacular. We have all seen pictures and videos of Monte Carlo but its difficult to appreciate until you see it how the city is built almost entirely on a cliff face surrounding ...
... over my original money used to play), so once I lost it all I was done. It was an enjoyable 5 minutes worth of gambling - being cheered on while pushing the spin button. Our walk and time playing Glitter Puppies quickly used that 15 minutes, so we walked back to the Monte Carlo entrance. Everyone was given a green light to enter - yay! Once inside the lobby we quickly learned that while entering the lobby is free, visiting the inside of the casino has a 10 Euro entrance fee. 10 ...
First stop this morning was Monarco. Grand Prix is next weekend so preparations are in full swing. Coach was still able to drive to an underground car park where an escalator could be used to get to the cliff top to visit the Cathedral where Princess Grace and Prince Albert were married and the Palace where the royals still live. There were also lovely ...