Croce di Malta
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... the tunnels. Many homes often perched way up high on the hills & mountains. It was about a 4 hour journey till just past Genoa we drove near the San Remo area on the Italian Riviera to our hotel at the Castellaro Golf Resort. The final road was very hair raising, up & down a narrow winding road, often forcing other cars to retreat! Apart from this dangerous road for a coach, the hotel is great ~ a 4 star with a pool ...
... in French...made increasngly complicatd by rerouting due to construction and the ticket machines that required change only. But finally we were on our way up the coast.
Eze was undoubtedly the highlight of this chapter of the trip. Narrow cobbestoned streets and winding staircases to secret terraces, a hundred species of cacti, slender stone statues, a trickling creek, and little shops established in the alcoves of the mountain. Artists sold ...
... a baguette. We decided to get across the border and then take the coast road the rest of the way, only made one small mistake which put us back on the motorway and back into Italy again!! Woops, took the next exit and started the coast road a little earlier at Vermiglia. The first little town in France was Menton, just beautiful, all the little cafes along the beach although it was very windy so didn't look like the place for lunch! A few more minutes down the road and ...
We finally made it, to the "homeland", if you will, for casino lovers...and for lovers of wealth in general, actually. We were up and off the ship by 9 and did a complete walk of the sites of Monte Carlo. Our first order of business, to no one's surprise, I'm sure, was the casino. The casino doesn't open until 2, and we're "all aboard" at 1:30. They had the foyer open for people to walk inside, but ...
Wow, where has the week gone? Already Friday and just a tad behind with details on our travel adventures for the week!
After our support efforts at the Ironman on Sunday and Scotty still not feeling great, Monday was a cruisey day around Nice.
Our tour guide was however feeling better on Tuesday so we decided to do what we came to France to do - ride our Velo's (that's French for bicycle)! So we took off to Monaco & Monte Carlo for the ...