Le Castel Enchante
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... with me as the Security fellow told me my Birkenstocks were ok.
I went in after that after swapping shoes again. We didn't pay the 10€ to go in so just had a look around the entrance really.
Paul and I both remember how the expensive cars park out the front and it is still like that.
I still think they plant them there just for the tourists to check out! Could be wrong. Maybe the owners really are inside gambling while the tourists are eying off ...
... views up and down the coast.
We continued into the Principality of Monaco, firstly visiting the Palace, Cathedral and Oceanographic Museum (of Jacques Cousteau) upon 'the rock’. The legacy of Princess Grace is still paramount. The Palace is bewitching with damask lined walls, gold gilt furniture, family portraits and gifts from various dignitaries. The cathedral holds the graves of the Grimaldi family since ...
... In return he gave us tips on places to eat and visit around France. Making friends is the best part of traveling, it was entertaining and he taught us lots of things about how the train car worked and where to go if we needed something. We almost took a picture with him but we thought the two of us were overwhelming as it was! Also we learned its more expensive to reserve a bed ticket.
Note: If you buy the cheaper ...
... and at least worked out how to retrieve them from the machines.
Back down to the apartment where we met Adam, Deborah and Liam. Croissants and salad for lunch before heading off to the waterfront for a look around that area. Very windy! We sat in the stones for about half an hour, then turned our backs to the wind and ...
Tuesday 11 June
Stopped in at Monte Carlo for a look on the way to Nice. Seems natural to choose this place for rally driving, as it is a fun drive descending quickly and steeply via many bends from high up on a hillside to reach the port as the lowest of the many terrace levels of densely crammed buildings.
The Grand Prix was about two weeks prior to our visit but workmen were still cleaning up, removing crash barriers and piling up truckloads of tyres, ...