Croce di Malta
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... perfect framed vistas out to the sea below. We could have spent hours here taking pictures in the afternoon light but it was time to check into our apartment for the night just on the outskirts of the town.
We were met by a lovely man called Carlo and his shaggy dog who occupied a big orange house with a pine tree garden and terrace where we were promised we ...
... Since it was Sunday most of the stores were closed but we found our way into a high end mall where a small coffee shop was open. We had a nice coffee and strawberry crapes for lunch before finding our way back to the bus and the ship. By the afternoon the sun was out and we got some great shots of the harbor and shoreline. Definitely a city for the rich and famous!
SCHIFF FAST FACT - Monaco is all of .75 miles long!
... we have been fairly happy so far with the performance of Ampersand the Campervan. There have been a couple of issues of concern: 1. The shower drains slowly 2. This morning the hot water played up so half my shower was cold 3. Lots of rattles 4. More hanging space for towels, jackets would be helpful 5. The TV satellite wouldn't work in a valley on the coast of Italy 6. Big blind spot on the driver's side of the windscreen 7. Most disturbing - the bed above the driver ...
... on to Monaco refreshed and ready for more walking and climbing. Monaco is only .074 sq miles, smaller than New York's Central Park. Yet its population of 40,000 makes it the most densely populated place in the world. 149 different nationalities live here. It has the highest per capita income in the world! If you want to become a citizen you must have account of 500,000 euros to get passport. Your children do not ...
Pack up the car, check out and head off for a coffee (well, a thimble of tar) in Larvotto by the beach before we leave town. It's supposed to be time to review where we are going. Jol spends the whole time on the phone and on emails for work. (Sorry). Jol also wants to view a flat he had seen for sale on the outskirts of Monaco – in Roquebrune and so he makes a call and we view the flat on our way out of Monaco and follow the coastal road through Menton ...