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The final blog in this series is here! Back to Monaco for the main event; the jewel in the crown of all Grand Prix races.
It was a big day for any motor racing fan, casual fan, or just anyone wanting to get a taste. They come in their thousands year after year for the spectacle. Helicopters buzz overhead, the harbour is packed with boats, and the streets, balconies and rooftops are awash with people hungry for action.
Again our ship couldn't dock so I caught ...
... both genders, and multiple languages in one room.
Our accommodation in Nice France was a mixed gender room with 14 beds. Bunk beds. Cheap bunk beds. Cheap, squeaky bunk beds. Our hostel was clean and in a great location so I overlooked the fact that if I even breathed on my bed it would quiver and sound as if it just might give way.
The hostel we were in had no maximum age limit, so anyone who was willing to pay ...
... tidy up. We also decided to look at things we had bought and put them carefully away for the next part of our trip.
Friday morning, having worked out where we wanted to visit in Milan we retraced our steps to the station and once again found ourselves out in front of the Duomo. This time we managed to get a closer look but due to renovations it was closed to the public so it was on to finding the Berra Fine Arts Museum and ...
... within cafes, tram lines, and construction work, on the main street. Heading inside I admire the stained glass windows and exposed architectural pillars for a while. Then it's to the grocery for dinner (cheese, olives, and a tomato, very tasty and filling). I'm pretty tired, so decide to lounge around the hostel organising things for the evening. I get everything booked through up to the end of my stay in Paris, then take stock of the ...
... Monaco is. With the number of Bentley's, Ferrari's, Porches, and Lamborghini's driving around we knew you would have to be a millionaire to live here. We walked alongside the grand prix track which was really cool. The grand prix was only on a few days before we got there so they still had marquees and grand stands up. We walked up the hill to the old part of town to check out the Palace, the guard at this palace was not like the ones ...