Rossini al Teatro
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seaweed sheets, pickled ginger and soy sauce for her sushi making and some sponges for her sink. (She had a really old worn out one, it was a funny present but she loved it ) we then went back to Audrey's and cooked up some pumpkin pasta with carrots and zucchini. Audrey and her hilarious friend came home at about 10pm. We ate diner and then had a chocolate binge. It was another nice and fun evening. We are a little sad that we have to leave tomorrow. It's been such a lovely ...
Woke up and went for another run :) went straight to the park again and went deeper into it. Was really cool, found a sports track type thing so was a normal path to run down and then every now and then it would have some kind of activity to do. Started with these poles to dodge between, then hurdles, then a sit up station, then push up station, then pull ups, was a cool little path. Then I got lost trying to come back not remembering all the twists and turns I took to get ...
... friends and colleagues. As eventful as those parties were, Monte Carlo represents far more supreme indulgence than I’ve ever encountered in any other part of the world. I’m not hinting towards the type of money Tony Stark earns. I’m referring to the type of wealth that only a sheikh can rake in. It’s the I'd like to order (without blinking an eye) 200 bottles of Cristal to my table kind of money. Monte Carlo is so indulgent, Millionaire's Club ...
... 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 ...
... tourists are allowed to enter the place to take in the sights or to take photos. In the morning however it is open for viewing and photo taking. For an added 10 Euros per person, you can also go in and see the gambling rooms (but no photos allowed). Jeff and I chose not to pay this fee instead we decided to try our luck at the slot machines that were open that morning (unfortunately I lost – what a surprise. I view my 10 Euro loss as another contribution to ...