Saint Paul de Vence is one of the oldest villages on the French Riviera. beginning as a bustling town in the Middle Ages, it also became a protective force for Provence run by Francois I. Later in the 20th century the Saint Paul de Vence was a home to French actors and artists, such as Marc Chagall.
Windsor Castle has served as a home to Royalty such as Queen Victoria, Queen Mary, a young Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Inside the castle you can see Queen Mary’s (wife of King George V) extensive doll house, as well as an impressive art collection. Windsor Castle has captured my interest and Shakespeare’s; as Windsor Castle holds the setting in the Shakespeare play “The Merry Wives of Windsor.”
Monte Carlo, Monaco is the cutest city in the world. Streets of pink, French style balconies, to finish with the yachts bordering the land and ocean. Although I have no photos of my hotel in Monte Carlo I stayed at Hotel Novotel.
Down below is a peek at Monaco.
Grace Kelly, a 50’s actress who starred in Alfred Hitchcock films such a Rear Window, ended her movie career when she fell in love and married Prince Rainier. Grace Kelly became Princess of Monaco. Down below is Fontvieille Park, Princess Grace Rose Garden, Prince’s Palace of Monaco and Saint Nicholas Cathedral.
Another spot to take a look at in Monte Carlo is the Casino. The Casino in Monte Carlo is the perfect place to pose for pictures, make money, lose money and have dinner.
View from Novotel Monte Carlo