Hotel Le Pre Catelan
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... have some food before we did. Back into the market for a pizza bun and a yummy almond slice thingie, then up the hill to the ruins of the old castle and magnificent views of the coast. It was pretty hot up there. Down into the old town again, walking through some very quaint streets and neighbourhoods, then back along the sea front and part of town to get to the tourist info ...
We travelled. 600 km today to reach Monte Carlo about 5 pm Ruth decided we should watch Casino Royal on the way as some of it. Was filmed in the Casino A next door to our hotel.She also bought us ear plugs as the Grand Prix is on Sunday and they will be practicing tomorrow. we passer through some very beautiful country in the south of France ,Provence, Cannes and Nice. we went out last night and had pizza here our room overlooks The Fairmon Corner of the race ...
... The boat will be decorated with a ton of flowers and then paraded through the streets of Old Nice with a statue of the saint.
Agnès took us by the oldest bookstore in Nice: it was used by Queen Victoria when she used to holiday on the Cote d'Azur. We also walked by the oldest shop, which sells umbrellas, parasols, and walking sticks. Most of the old town is already decorated with flags for Sunday's festival.
We went into Nice's cathedral, which, of course, is ...
... colt along with my sisters was Michael Crawford and Oliver Reeds "Condor-man." The final scenes had been shot around the marina. I was more than happy to photo some of the key sets. It's been the simple personal things while travelling that seem to bring the most enjoyment. This place oozed class. Men in white shorts with women done up to the hilt to visit the supermarket. Monaco lifted our spirits after a few hards days. Loved ...
... the next one over.
Second lesson: seat numbers do not go in order in trains; 42 and 48 were next to each other.
Alexis and I spent a good few minutes wondering where seat 48 was. I was seat 42 and had the window, but we didn't want to separate so she decided to just sit next to me and eventually trade with the passenger assigned to the seat next to me. Then we realized she was in seat 48, right next to me.
Third lesson: reclining seats ...