Quai Des Princes Residence Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... to look at. Grandad tasted some ham and decided to buy some. he nearly fainted when it was nearly £13 for two slices.....but it was very tasty. In the afternoon we went for a ride to La Poet Laval a beautiful old village. lool how good grandma is at balancing now ........... ...
... stroke/car accident in the 1980s) was obviously very well loved. Her name has been given to many things from roads to opera houses, and photos of her are posted all over the City.
Monaco is the second smallest, and most densely populated Principality in the world.
Its population has the life expectancy of 90 years old, and also has the highest rate per capita of millionaires and billionaires in the world.
... 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 ...
The first part led us upwards, and through a series of tunnels, blasted through the rock, leaving 'windows' on the gorge side, which afforded some incredible views.
There was a bridge over one of the parts of the gorge, and I got out to walk over it and take a few photos. It was a very long way down and I even felt a trifle wobbly just looking over the parapet...which probably elevates me to the status of 'supa-wuss', but at least I did ...