Rossini al Teatro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Once again it was rainy, windy and cold. The mistral winds are following us and torturing us. However, we have learned from Captain Teo that this is normal for the Mediterranean in winter and we must take it day by day. I don't know what choice we have.
In spite of the weather we visited Cannes, Grasse and St Paul (de Vence) . We were supposed to leave our berth in the Monte Carlo harbor, very early in the morning so another ship ...
... farraris and bentleys and all sorts. Found the casino and took some photos and then went back behind it and got changed. Was pretty funny, 5 kiwi guys stripping down to their undies behind one of the most famous casinos in the world. As soon as I put jeans and a shirt on I was boiling. So after a few more photos we went straight inside. We went on the free floor and played blackjack to start.decided not to bother going into the other floors cos you had to pay 20euro to get ...
Our first port of call was Monte Carlo with arrival at 11:00 AM. We were to have 7.5 hrs to explore this very chic and exclusive port.
The places exudes and flaunts its wealth. It is evident in every aspect of the place from the cars that are valet parked in front of the Grand Casino, to the high fashion shops, none of which was on our priority list to visit.
We hopped aboard the wee train and rode up to the Grand Casino, ...
... a walk together down to the promenade and my beach. There then follows a new development - they leave me and go down to the sandy beach where I'm banned. I couldn't believe it the first time, I knew they were going off without me, I did the soulful seal pup look but to no avail, they locked me in the van and left me!!! They return eventually and all is fine and dandy, we eat and then, for Signora, the ...
... from Nice (about ½ hr ride – some jokingly refer to the train as the Côte D'Azur’s metro) with the intention of finding a place to have a late breakfast. As Monte Carlo’s terrain is a steep, rocky bluff, our train arrived via a tunnel where we were required to then take an elevator to bring us up to the upper level streets. From here we descended down the steep streets walking towards the direction of the casino. We managed to find an outdoor ...