All Suites Resort & Spa
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... and done with very quickly, no horses, no big hats just a couple of Guards marching about and ceremoniously changing positions. I was quite surprised by how many tourists where there to witness this event. Not sure if they thought how we did but never mind, we are in Monaco, who cares.
We found a statue of the original Grimaldi who stormed the walled city which Monaco was in the 12th Century, he dressed as a lowly person and convinced the guards to let him into the walled ...
... flag was flying so we assumed that Albert was inside. At one stage the police cleared us aside to let two motorcycle led cars into the palace. (Must remember that is why we have a photo of a black mercedes). We entered the palace and explored part of it with an audio guide. It was all very interesting and we saw lots of valuable paintings, furniture and such like. After saying goodbye to Albert and Charmaine we wandered ...
... the ocean. They have jasmine vines covering all the rock walls, so it smells like jasmine EVERYWHERE. There are fountains everywhere, you always hear at least three at a time, which makes David super happy as he loves the sound of running water.
Technically our hotel, La Chèvre d'Or, is in the village of Eze. It was listed ...
... to get some good shots. It is a really pretty area up there and we actually found a spot at the top where we could look down and see clearly the races. We did not stop all that long as I thought Des might like to see the Casino so we toddled down the stairs and streets and eventually found our way over to the Casino area. Another let down as the cars actually race right past the Casino so it was closed but we could not even get close enough ...
... like a near fatal mistake within a couple of hours. Food poisoning is never fun, but when you're away from home, staying in a cramped, windowless dorm room full of strangers in a dingy hostel, and climbing in and out of twenty year old metal bunkbeds in the dark, it seems much much much worse. We are really lucky and glad this has only happened once so far.
So after a sleep-in and a very slow start to Wednesday, our one full day on the French Riviera had lost ...