BEST WESTERN Mondial
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... it sound like ad libbiing.
Jimmy Tamley was then followed by West End Singer Paul Barker. Her proceeded to sing some classics from various musicals. A truly talented singer, even his ‘I dreamed a dream’ from hit musical ‘Les Miserables was enough to give even SuBo a run for her money!!!
The theatre was packed to the rafters. This was the 10:30pm performance making my previous comments regarding the half empty seats at the same time performance for ...
... line, lined with cafes, bars, high end retail shops and hotels, passing women clutching their Loui Vuitton's and Prada sunnies. We were definitely in Cannes. We settled on a cafe overlooking the ocean, sipped our mojitos and enjoyed the evening sun. Stomachs finally recovered from our meal the previous night we set off to the store to find some ingredients for dinner. Settled on the back terrace, chicken fajitas in one hand and a glass of grapefruit ...
... standards. The best is outside thee Monte-Carlo Casino, where only the nicest of the nice cars are allowed to park. In a single picture you can get two or three of each of the cars mentioned above. One car you can't find though is my beloved Lamborghini. Not a single one to be seen. I guess it's just too classy for this bunch.
... of the floats but everything had a fence around and it was rather difficult. This should be quite a spectacular event.We then proceeded to Monte Carlo. Angela especially drove to the highest point so that we could look down onto the town and towards Manaco which is the part furthest to the right on the picture.We then drove to Monaco, parked the car and walked to see the old building that houses the aquarium, Princess Grace's garden, the church where she and ...
... one would wear it. We saw more beautiful leather bound books (alas, again all in French) but you could imagine a decorator using them on the shelves of a beautiful library somewhere. Jim was fascinated with a table full of lead soldiers, to scale, many with detailed French uniforms from the 17th and 18th centuries. There were some lovely antique picture frames, plus lithographs of charcoal drawings. We did manage to get some pictures, ...