Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Monte-Carlo
... walk down from the square to Rue du Portier there are several restaurants along the road. We chose Pulcinellas an excellent Italian.
The following day there were no clouds over the tops of the mountains and after breakfast it was lovely to sit by the pool and read before checking out and heading down to the port where our ship the Seven Seas Mariner operated by Regent was waiting for us. Another cruising adventure begins!
... s Monaco’s reigning family was almost bankrupt and the only way out of their dilemma was to establish a Casino, which would attract European tourists and gamblers. In 1866 the city of Monte Carlo was born.
Our first stop we headed towards the casino. It didn’t take us long to lose 20 Euro …about 15 minutes, I think. We had a good look around and took some photos. This Casino has been in several ...
... were supposed to be allowed to just walk right in, having already bought our tickets, but instead one of the security stopped us on our way in and said we couldn't enter because we were wearing flip flops. We tried to argue this; we had already bought our tickets, been inside and no body had said anything. Still we were not allowed. So we asked for a refund, because there is no sign anywhere that says no flip flops. After trying to get ...
... at the Fairmont was just so-so, but company was amazing. So sad saying goodbye to our new friends who are leaving tomorrow...after dinner, post-party back in chez Schmitz which just proves once a frat boy, always a frat boy! Sunday, September 7th Took us a little time to actually get the tickets which, by the way, were never collected, but took train to the lovely village of Villefranche with UK and AL. Absolutely ...
... through the port authority and immediately encountered a lineup of cruise guests waiting to get on the overpriced Monaco Hop-on bus. Thirty minutes and 40 Euros later we were on board the roofless vehicle. In ten minutes we got off at stop number five to see the famous Royal Casino. We then walked for 15 minutes to see the beautiful Japanese gardens, then walked 15 more minutes and saw the Hop-on bus at stop number ...