Hotel du Petit Louvre
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Rainier, had her taken off life support, as the doctors evaluated that her brain damage was too severe for a recovery. After the accident, the Prince outlawed any markers of the place where she had the accident, and even today there aren't any flowers or markers on the dangerous road in that spot.
The last, and highest, stop of our journey as to Dog's Head Rock or Tete de Chien, the highest point on the Cote d'Azur, the place for the observatory (now closed) and ...
... else in the world....we saw 4 Bentleys in the space of 30 minutes, and Maserati, Ferrari and Lamborghini but no Rolls Royce.
The second day we got the bus into town and then headed to the historic quarter, walked up the hill to the remains of La Tour Bellanda and it's magnificent views of the city. From there we walked about 7km along the Promenade Des Anglais, which runs along the length of Nice's 25 beaches.
Europe is only just starting to ...
... at Valletta (the capital of Malta and where we were docked) to our first stop, Mosta. Here we visited the Roman Catholic Church! The Rotunda (church of Mary) where a miracle occurred in 1942 (World War 2) when a bomb came through the top of the dome dome into the church with over 300 people sheltering inside and did not explode. Mdina, a 3,000 year old city has a commanding view of the island and the Roman Catholic Sicila-Norman Cathederal which survived ...
... even noticing a single balloon as he rubbed his eyes like a little child. I laughed to myself, waiting for him to notice. When I heard an "aww" from behind the kitchenette wall I exclaimed a “Happy Birthday!”. He excitedly inspected all the flair before delving in to opening his presents. Our day of fun in the sun was about to begin.
After we readied for the day, we intended to find a late breakfast, but the restaurant we had our hearts set upon did not open ...
... who make food for me to enjoy! The only drama of the evening occurred when Lucy watched her knife fall, in slow motion, over the balcony to the street 3 levels below... all was fine, no passers by at the time, no cars of bikes skewered and the rescue of the knife was completed. After a quiet dinner in I was ready to sleep but Lucy & Lynda went for a stroll looking for Lucy's bus stop ready for her departure in the morning.
Lucy's next stop - Italy! Ours - Burgundy!