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... have downloaded a Euro Rail trip planner app, that funny enough plans our trip. You fill in where you are and your required destination, and it tells you train info, time, stops, platforms everything. It even updates you how far into your travel you are. If anybody that plans to travel Europe by train is reading this I'd recommend this app. Stay tuned as ill update you on weather getting a euro rail pass is the most cost effective way of using trains or buying as you go? It may be ...
So we got a free day today to explore Nice. We headed downstairs for a leisurely breakfast at 10am. We had Lara joining us for our day's activities and assumed Tanaya would also join us. Tanaya had to see the doc (obviously deepthroating her antibiotic throat spray didn't do the trick) so we left a wounded man (so to speak) down and headed out. We walked through some quaint little alleyways to get to some old fortress at the other end of "the old ...
... up. The Merc couldn't even fit in the lines of the one carpark outside the hotel.
The receptionist could not understand English very well and of course I can't speak French. But between us I managed to get her outside to see le car and she shrugged. I hate that. It's like the old 'maybe' you get in Aus. It either is or it isn't. She then said the car wouldn't fit in their underground carpark either and suggested a public carpark a block away.
So we ...
... and saw soup on the menu for 83 euro! That's crazy. The casino was open for a tour at 2:00 so we hung out until then. Turns out we couldn't even go into the casino because we were wearing shorts and flip flops! After being shutdown we decided to grab some quick, cheap food and and caught a 3:12 train to Cap d'ail. When we got on the train Caroline went to use the train restroom and she got stuck! The door would literally not open for her! ...
... the reign of Charles III.
The front steps are lined with huge floral arrangements. Every step has one. The stained glass windows and the altar sacristy were well worth seeing.
We walked the promenade in Monte-Carlo which is an extremely picturesque path along the seafront.
Now it was back to Monte-Carlo Casino. It was very ornate inside. The atrium has marble floors and 28 onyx columns. Everything is decorated ...