BEST WESTERN Hotel Prince de Galles
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Great hosts. Nice place. Highly recommended.
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Today was spent strolling Menton old town. It was quite warm around 32 and a great day to take it easy and eat and drink good food and the odd wine.
This place is pumping with life from the early hours to late evening with tourists and locals out at the plethora of great restaurants. Whether you want to eat along the beach boardwalk or in the ...
... first car. It had a crushed front bumper plus other minor damage. Then I saw the second vehicle--an ambulance! The driver's side rear wheel was totally effed up. I looked around for an opportunity to pull over and stop so I could snap a photo, but there just wasn't one. Darn.
Rolling into town, getting to the hotel was easy. Same one we used last year. After a quick clean-up and change, Caroline and I were on the ...
... up. The lesson was in pronouns, an area in which I need more practice since the whole masculine and feminine thing is hard to remember all the time, (I am referring to the nouns). When it came to indirect and direct objects, I followed easily and could answer many questions. Despite my horrific pronunciation at times, I can get my point across, and I am confident that I understand the grammar more so than my classmates. We ...
... in Menton are very lovely too! They stock beautiful clothes and household items and jewellery and chocolates etc. etc. I particularly liked the mall shopping. It was a pleasant change NOT to have to keep getting off the road for cars or scooters to come through. You can't just stick to footpaths in most European towns as the footpaths are too narrow for the number of pedestrians (if there are any footpaths?) so everyone walks on the road and just listens for ...
... it in anyway but the doctor sent me up to radiology to get it figured out with an x-ray and ultrasound. Approximately €150 later I found out I had a heaping case of tendinitis in my ankle :/. With the bandaging and meds hopefully it will be gone in a week but it definitely puts a kink in the plans to go to Pompeii and Herculaneum (Not sure if that's how you spell the second one....) and then Rome since they require quite a bit of walking. I'll just have to go slow ...