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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 ...
... station to catch the 2:25 PM train to Torino. We had to switch in Ventimiglia, but we arrived in Torino safely at 7:28.
We grabbed Two giant Pizzas(Mushroom and Margherita total price 15 euros). We thought that the pizzas would not be that big, since the price was so cheap. It turns out they were huge. We brought the pizzas back to the room, ate as much as we could and went to sleep.
... There are long strips of touristy shops along the streets close to the water here, but they are generally fairly nice and not tacky. Caroline found some real French macaroons at a chocolate shop.
Dinner was a few doors down from the hotel at Le Napoli, as recommended by the hotel staff. We got a table for eight outside. I was interested in one last pizza this trip, but it wasn't on the dinner menu. The pastas looked ...
... per item not load and that would cost like a weeks accommodation to have clean clothes. We had afternoon tea of macarons on the wharf at the beach. The French man at the macaron place got confused because meg and I ordered after the boys and he said 'I thought the guys bought enough for four' hehe no. Meg an I got three each. I got a vanilla, Nutella and a caramel. Very yummy! Walking back to the hotel locals had set up some stalls selling ...
... to the town centre to determine the best place to have our lunch. We can read French menus very well now but the tourist places all have a translation available anyway. We settled on a place that had an Italian themed menu (surprise, surprise!) and where they provided a sample pizza to try as you peruse their menu! Very clever marketing idea I think! We were not disappointed there - each of us got a wonderful meal and we even splashed out and tried their ...