Garden Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and Mickey, with Vicki and Stan on my other side. We had kir royale to start, and little toasts with tapenade. I had saumon marine maison et salade de fenouil à l'huile d'olive to start, followed by dos de dorade à la ligurienne, pomme purée maison (that's salmon salad with fennel, and sea bream with mashed potatoes). Dessert was crème brûlée. Everything was really good and washed down with a glass of rosé.
Afterwards, Virginie took us over to the water and thanked us ...
... a park there was also a Queen tribute concert. Good music and we didn't have to worry about a ticket as the sound carried so well outside the wire fence and boarding. We just hung around near the park for a bit like many others. Last stop for me was a gelati shop for guava gelati, yummo!
Another day done!!
Phil - where to start? Easy bus trip to Monaco, only 40 mins. Went to Monte Carlo casino first ,and wow, very hard to describe. Millions of $ of cars ...
... young tourist girls in town for the Carnival.
Since we thought that "the bus would not pick us up," we decided to walk to the Chagall Museum - Rick Steeve's guidebook to the French Riviera warned us that the museum was up a steep hill. I guess we were too overconfident that the hill "wasn't too bad," but we walked in a vertical line for about 45 minutes, searching for that museum. We walked past the beach, past the old town, through the highway, through ...
... which are Dmitriy's favorite. The rest was ok, everything was a little bland, but improved once we salted it. I probably haven't salted a meal in a restaurant in years, but we thought they might have prepared the meal that way on purpose. I personally would rather salt a meal than endure one that is too salty, which is more often the case. After dinner, we bought a bottle of wine since the wine was a little more expensive at that restaurant than ...
... dropping off their students, practically at the front door. At Stevenson one risks her life attempting to cross the parking lot with impatient parents and hurried students. Here I see kids perhaps as young as ten board the bus and navigate their way around the city. Sometimes they are in groups, sometimes alone. Public transportation requires a bit of walking as well, thus I would guess each student walks at least a mile each day, possibly each way. I have ...