Hotel Villa La Tour
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... there would be no porterage and we would need to take our suitcases to the bus. Very frustrating!!
Had an optional extra tour to Monte Carlo, which included dinner. Bus took us into the city. Very small area really and hardly a foot of spare space. Your own piece of garden seems to be very elusive and I did notice several roof top gardens with artificial grass. Obviously solved that problem!!
Walked to the Cathedral where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier were ...
... know, because I picked the french audio guide and I didn't pick up too much else (though I think I picked up more than I would've three weeks ago in France.) After that, it was off to the matisse museum, which was kindof like modern art, so we didn't stay there for long, but I got my friend a print of Matisse's well known "Icarus." Later that night, we took the supplies that came with the Air Bnb appartment, which was definitely a plus of the apartment, to the beach to lay down ...
... the bus. So no clear photos. You hear a lot of 'damn bush' when the buttons click. We stop on the hill in Monaco to take a photo of Princess Grace's memorial plaque. Her death was caused by car accident coming down the 'tour b road'. (I asked where had it happened?) Stephanie was in the car. Some say Prince Rainer didn't pay the maffia taxes. Arrived at Eze. At the Fragonard perfume factory. We see out the window of the bus that it is €100 ...
... will not be beaten.
From the lookout we found the fresh food markets, so headed down to have a gander. Tiffany had the great idea that we should buy some produce and have a picnic on the beach, she got the cheese, I found the tomato’s and then we got the French bread stick, some prosciutto and wine and headed to the beach to make our lunch, we didn’t have a knife but between us we had a spoon and a pair of scissors which are totally useful ...
... with a fishmonger thrown in. We found AA batteries, gluten free croissants, bananas, long life soy milk and some really nice muesli bars (according to Liam). It was interesting to see totally different brands and very occasionally Nivea or Eveready for example. The locals had their own bags or trolleys just like us! The EftPos machine was in French but it worked just the same as at home. We took the bags back to the hotel, then ...