Hotel du Petit Palais
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to see if I could buy a scarf, but they were all made in China or India. So I bought some earrings instead. They're also made in China but ... whatever. I like them.
I rested in the hotel for a while and then went out to walk along the Promenade des Anglais. I found where the bus stop is for the airport, so now I feel good about that. There's a pleasant park a few blocks away from the hotel that has a carousel and several sculptures, and also nearby is a building with an ...
... on. We came across a funky hairdressers along the way so we made an appointment for Gary to get a haircut and for me to have my colour finally done!! (Yay!!) so we had about 4 hours to kill until then. We continue cruising round the place.We decided in the end to go back to our apartment for a sleep as we were feeling so tired and worn out... 1 1/2hours later...we were ...
... the history and how the system works in Monaco. As soon as I stepped out of the taxi I was surrounded by beautiful cars! Lamborghini's, Ferrari's, Porsches and even beughati veyrons... I was in heaven! One of my favorites would have been the black, matte finish Lamborghini ❤ Once I could pull myself away from admiring the beautiful cars we hit the Grand Casino! We then went next door to a smaller casino before dinner. I'd ...
... up high on the hill. I had some lunch, an amazing ice-cream and headed to collect my bag to get my train. As I type I am officially in Italy and already it is great, the fact that I can understand much more of what people are saying, even if my own language skills aren't fabulous, I am sure they will pick up soon enough...they say it's just like riding a bike, it will come back. I am about an hour out of Genoa which is ...
... the water at sunset.
· Le Chateau – Castle Hill. There are a couple of ways to get to the top, our Rick Steve’s guidebook said it was going to cost money to take the elevator but again it turned out to be free! So we took the elevator to the top and couldn’t stop taking pictures of the view, until I managed to tumble down some marble stairs! Lesson learned- watch where you are walking, pick up your feet and ...