Sainte Valerie Hotel
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... along the path to the Palace and I have to say, it was not what we expected of a Palace. It is actually very plain and simple to look at. Unfortunately this Palace is not open to the public for viewing so you only get to see the outside. We happened to be there for the Changing of the Guard, bonus. Well..........not exactly, but in saying that, Monaco is only a Principality with a very small Royal family so I guess it is in keeping with the status quo. The Changing of the Guard ...
Today we had a half day tour of the rock (old) area of Monaco. We went to a good sightseeing vantage point and took photos. Next the bus parked in a garage and we took escalators and a lift and finally ended higher up. We walked through a public garden (probably the only bit of garden in Monaco). We saw where Princess Grace and Prince Rainer were married. It was a lovely church. We ended up in the square outside of the ...
... 36,000 (but when the Grand Prix is on, it swells to around 500,000 ) Our walk takes us into the cathedral where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier were married and are now buried, as well as past Princess Caroline's and Stephanie's houses and the Palace. We worked our way around to the Monte Carlo Casino, but didn't go inside as time was at a premium and wouldn't have got our money's worth ( extra cost to just walk ...
... is on 2nd floor. Gee wipes have come in handy. We concentrated on walking around Nice today. We are not far from the beach and there is a lovely promenade running for miles around the shore. On a headland at one end is the ruins of an Abbey and the Colline du chateau, including a lovely park which looks down on Nice and along the coast for miles. We did the hike up the stairs as usual and spent some time up there as we had left hotel at 8am ...
... from all different states alongside posters of the Beatles and other paraphernalia deemed "English." The live band played all the hits from back home while sweaty people crammed together on the dance floor.
I wanted to leave immediately after arriving. I did not come 4,000 miles to go to [insert any Chicago/Michigan bar with a dance floor]. But we stayed for a drink, which turned into three (four) and ended ...