BEST WESTERN Astoria
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... important place for Picasso, many of his works are housed in the Picasso Museum...so we went to see and puzzle. Train ride back and stop to buy some food and wine. Big rain storm this evening , the air is fresh and smells perfumed after. It is a pizza tonight -was too late for a dinner, was inexpensive and a huge ...
My tummy is getting better each day, have now stopped pain killers and sleeping very well
So health almost restored, time to hit the tables in Monte Carlo. We decided that it was good to be clear before greed took over and so we set a team rule....anyone winning more than ten thousand, has to buy dinner at a venue of choice of the others. Boris asked for currency clarification and we made the limit A$10K.
... they speak French. Have there own royal family & everything. The waterfront is full of boats worth millions. We went up to the palace & had a tour through some of it. Wasn't allowed to take any pictures inside tho. No shopping here as way out of my price range. Love the streets for walking but not so fun for ...
... take us away from our destination. I wouldn't have minded going back up to castle hill and having a look around, but unfortunately the last bus loop was at 6pm and it was 5:20, so if we got off, there would not be another bus to take us home. We asked at reception for a recommendation for dinner and the fellow sent us off to the other end of the old town. He tried to call to make a reservation but there was no answer so he said they were probably very busy. Upon arrival the only ...
... side church of Eze, which were amazingly beautiful during the sunset. After we finished our exploration, we headed to dinner. We were starving from our explorations (or at least I was!). I had a traditional French onion soup followed by beef lasagna with a bottle of Coca-cola. At the small table next to us was a Frenchman who worked at one of the luxury hotels nearby. We talked about French history, French culture (and food!), and ...