Hotel Napoleon San Remo
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... paper Linda! For our last lunch together we had pizza, chips and some fresh and delicious mussels. All washed down by... you guessed it some monacos. After sending Linda off at the train station, the four of us had a walk down what I thought was a bigger, busier version of Cavill Mall. We stopped for a gelati fix before continuing onto the beach. The water was lovely and the beach packed, with the exception of Rob we all had a swim. ...
... beaches. We should have turned right about six days ago. I so wanted to jump in and cool off.
Our afternoon was spent much like the morning, relaxing. We decided to go out for supper and try one of the recommended restaurants overlooking the sea but they don't open until 7 pm! But we were determined so we fill some time by grabbing a few groceries and running them to our apartment but still it was only 6pm. I was sweaty and ...
... street a
slightly different way to see some different streets we hadn't been down
before. All very similar though.
We made our way through numerous
streets and blocks and circled around to our street where we knew a good
ice cream place was. We bought a cup to share with 5 flavours. After
dinner mint, caramello, kinder, ferrero rocher and tiramisu. YUM!!!! We
ate the ice cream then headed back to the hotel to get some things
sorted, we just sat ...
Nice, once we got there, (5 hours later than planned as inter-rail seats on reservation trains are limited. Despite turning up over an hour before departure there were no inter-rail seats left on the train we wanted! :'() was lovely. I had really been looking forward to France because it's me, I love French and France, the culture, the countryside, the people and most of all the language. It was so nice to be surrounded by a ...
... inside. The roof had art all over it unlike what you see in a lot of famous buildings through out Europe with massive chandeliers hanging from it. All the trimmings on the walls and roof were gold plated and the bars were draped with crystals. The first room that we entered had the roulette tables, black jack and a game called crabs. The second had the pokies and computerized games, which we decided to stick to. The third room we had to pay 10 euro to enter. This room was ...