Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo
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Monaco was exciting! The landscape was unlike anything I've ever seen. The roads were narrow and winding and fun to drive, the food was simple and complex, the city was quaint and extravagant, full of nature and technology... Monaco is a contradiction.
The harbor is equally beautiful in the evening and during the day... the small sailboats line up along side luxury yachts and ...
... Cathedral, marvelling as we went at the beautiful views and homes full of charm and character. We witnessed the changing of the guard at the palace and strolled the little alleys selecting the homes we would like to live in as we went! From old town we headed back to the waterfront for a late lunch at Le Botticelli, which consisted of steaming hot mussels in white wine, cream and Rocquefort cheese. I know we said we had the ...
After a winding coastal drive between Milan and Monte Carlo we navigated the narrow streets of Monaco to our apartment and fortunately it was a gem just 500 metres from the famous street Circuit. We headed out for a walk to the local shops in the afternoon giving us a taste of the next couple of days.
On day two we drove the Formula One track about five times. It's tight and winding and I can imagine very exhilarating for ...
... just incase you missed that try have both now blown €25 on failure) Todd made money though he made €35 not knowing really what was happening and annoying a lady who had thousands on the table in chips. Todd and I made a dance to rub in our victory and meg and jake both have to deal with the guilt of wasting there money. It was an awesome experience and we learnt that jake has issues with gambling ( I had to drag him away literally :)) ...
... and we couldn’t give Manfred authoritative directions. Maybe the roads had changed since we’d lived there, we thought hopefully. But by the combined authority of our intermittently functioning memory banks and Manfred’s GPS we arrived in St Paul de Vence. Everything looked pretty much as it had. We drove to the Espace Sainte Claire, a multi-story car park, for church. The "International Church in the French Riviera" was perhaps the world’s ...
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