Quai Des Princes Residence Hotel
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Off to Monaco for the day, we train it to Cap d'Ail, the town before Monaco. It is beautiful, bordering the coastline and about an hours walk into the city. Monaco is 2.2 square kms in its entirety, the second smallest country in the world. (The Vatican is the smallest). It has three suburbs, one of which is Monte Carlo. Took us a little while to get our bearings but with the help of a lovely local originally from Belgium, who actually walked us to the bus stop and gave ...
... allowing plenty of time to hoik (is that a word?) our luggage down the 5 million steps (not even joking!!!).
When Kaila woke from her nap we played another game of Hearts (I finished 2nd after making a big comeback from last) and Kaila won! Next was tidying and packing while I cooked up what food we had left for dinner. Then it was off to bed for our last night in France. SO magical lying in bed watching the lights twinkle around the ...
... joggers we finally made it to the hostel totally exhausted only to find the damn thing was closed !!! After sitting on the curb for a while we decided to make our way to Cannes instead. We found the train station and arrived in Cannes shortly after. Once there we had to walk to a hostel that we had looked up. We walked there too, that took about 40 mins, only to find that we had missed the ...
... Here we paid our respects at the grave of the man who invented this wonderful game we play,watch and coach - William Webb Ellis.
After the walk down the hill we enjoyed a picnic lunch that was provided by the hostel. An hour of free time and then we were off to Monaco.
On arrival on Monaco the bus dropped us off on the South side of town. We had a long walk from the end of the town all the way along the famous Grand ...
... that i could find wifi. Also the food was cheap and I am not looking to spend too much money (though the food definitely reflected the price, blehhhhhhhh) on my mini Monaco vacation. Anyway, I've just returned from wandering through le jardin exotique and le musée d'oceangraphique. Saw some pretty flowers and some ugly dead fish in jars. Now that I finally have the Internet though, I can check my email for any responses to my pleading emails that ...