Monte Carlo Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... photo of Brian in the red car I posted yesterday had one of Michael Schumachers team in the drivers seat ,some of our tour paid 200e to drive around the track.
The weather has been perfect
Tonigh we go on a drive along the coast and then have dinner overlooking the Mediterranean .The road will be closed in the morning outside the hotel so we have to put our cases out tonight and walk out in the ...
... arrived at the palace gates arriving with his security convoy, guess who? Prince Albert, who disappeared quickly into his residence. Once again extraordinary views. We drove through the French Riviera which is hard to describe and must be experienced to really understand the scope and beauty of the area. Then on to the Casino in Monte Carlo where the high rollers play. Table minimums of 50,000, 100,000, 200,000 Euros. The Cars parked outside are more expensive than ...
... money out (which involved going back to the car, getting the car, going to the atm etc etc) so Mike and Kyria went to get some breakfast. We couldn't see them when we came out although we walked up and down the streets looking for them so we walked to McDonalds to use the wifi (and get a frappe) to let them know we were heading towards the markets. It was a bit of a walk but Eli's internal GPS managed to find them.
The next few hours ...
... we go toward another icon, the Monte Carlo casino, in a large square it is a beautiful building, and the race goes straight past it. It is here we bump into our buddies Jeanette and Malcolm and we decide it is coffee o clock. We stop at the glamorous and expensive cafe Parisienne right next door to the casino and enjoy espresso and watch the comings and goings in the square. The number of super fabulous cars we see is very impressive and we pass a very pleasant time there. I decide ...
... load. I was quiet all day, I just didn't feel like talking because I knew if I spoke the words would just turn to tears. All I wanted right there and then was to a hug from home and a shoulder to cry on telling me everything was going to be fine. The timetable, the work load, the assessments, the earlier than usual starts; all this had made me realise that maybe the holiday moment was over and this was the point in which we would have to face some reality. ...