Royal Westminster Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the old town, where we found a lemon shop, selling all things lemon, such as limoncello and vodka, apertif etc. The excellent sales girls plied us with samples, so I probably drank my quota of alcohol in that shop! Bought some baby bottles of limoncello and a few other flavours. Back to the beach promenade, where we stopped for caffe, hopefully to counteract the lemon booze! We then return to Monte Carlo on the local bus. We have ...
The school requires each student to do an exposé during the month. The advanced student are given tricky and controversial topics, while us newbies get a reduced workload. None of us are allowed to use notes. It isn't supposed to be stressful........ (well not too much!) My expose was today. I was able to speak for about 8 mins on my family, our work and some sporting stuff, ...
... for swanky hotels and expensive shops. The Promenade has every high end brand name we can think of well-represented there, as well as a number of others that we hadn't heard of before. The hotels along the Promenade are very beautiful, and it is fun to see all of the expensive cars gathered in this small town of 70,000 people.
We enjoyed a stroll around Cannes, and then drove back to Nice for a walk down the Promenade des Anglais. There are ...
... first car. It had a crushed front bumper plus other minor damage. Then I saw the second vehicle--an ambulance! The driver's side rear wheel was totally effed up. I looked around for an opportunity to pull over and stop so I could snap a photo, but there just wasn't one. Darn.
Rolling into town, getting to the hotel was easy. Same one we used last year. After a quick clean-up and change, Caroline and I were on the ...
... Tower souvenirs etc. As well as these there are the hagglers who follow you everywhere trying to sell you something - a scarf, real rolex watches!! and umbrellas. You have to try to ignore them /but they are really persistent. They are mostly immigrants who are unable to find regular work. Everywhere we go they are lingering.As soon as they see a group of people or a bus pull up they descend like vultures. Hilarious when it threatened to rain, away went the souvenirs and ...