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In hindsight we didn't really like barca or Spain in General. We stayed at an air bnb in the gothic quarter which was a great location and the place was nice with 2 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, dining room and an outdoor clothesline but the place was dusty and damp, the host was busy when we arrived so one of his lackeys let us in and ...
After some time studying the form, big bets were placed and all money was lost in what seemed like a blink of an eye.....in reality it was one spin of the wheel which is slightly longer than the blink of an eye.
We'd done our dough and so we left and headed home. I should add that earlier I had copied Mark Webber and successfully completed the famous F1 hairpin. Mark had it easy, I had cars coming towards ...
... called "Les Spélugues" (The Caves) of Monte Carlo, came only after several relocations in the years that followed. The success of the casino grew slowly, largely due to the area's inaccessibility from much of Europe. The installation of the railway in 1868, however, brought with it an influx of people into Monte Carlo and saw it grow in wealth.
In 2003 a new cruise ship pier was completed in the harbour at Monte ...
... found a nice little Cambodian cafe and enjoyed a second breakfast of spring rolls and a cup of coffee. We then went for a long walk around Nice starting with the old ruined castle on the hill. There is a good website which has a bit of interesting history of this castle hill and some good pictures too...Here is an excerpt and the link below it... La colline du Chateau (Castle Hill), considered to be the birthplace of the town of Nice, is an old ...
... wandering around. The church was quite large for the size of the village and more in the 'pretty' Rococo style of Italy. Zara explained that Nice and this area was originally Greek, then became Italian and finally French.
We drove through La Turbie which was dominated by a Roman Tower called the Trophy of Augustus, built as a monument to celebrate a victory over the Genoans by Caesar Augustus. Amazing to still be there after 2,000 years.
We drove the ...