Hotel De Londres Menton
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Well just a quick write-up today.
We had a long journey from the Alps to the French Riviera and the border village of Menton. We added about two hours to the trip as we decided to hug the Italian Riviera coastline, sometimes crawling along through the traffic at a snail's pace. Those Italians loves their scooters.
People of all ages riding them without a ...
... did find a cool striped shirt.
Next we went to another village, St Paul. This is the second most visited village in France and built in the 16th century. this was a fun place to walk through. Unfortunately, the shops were open here but we escaped unharmed. We all somehow found each other in a tiny hamburger stand and had lunch there. Then back to the van. We returned to Monte Carlo and up to the top of the hill where the ...
... at the beach the better! Oh and I don't think the "slip slop slap" message has filtered over here as we've seen quite a few lobsters walking around. Ouch! The funny point is that Funkita is in Australian brand of bathers. We've had to come to France to buy the bathers we've been searching for in Australia! Go figure!
From the Ironman Expo it was onto the supermarket to stock up on some supplies, head back to the apartment to pick up ...
... on the plate. I had Quiche Lorraine w/ greens. Very good.
Did I mention how HOT it was? On par w/ how hot Colorado has been, but a bit more humidity. Oye!
After Saint Paul, we drove thru the lovely hills to the ocean. The Mediterranean, that is! The very touristy town of Nice, France. It's pretty, can't deny that. They have a big flower market with varieties of flowers of every color of the ...
... more luxury brand cars parked outside the very exclusive hotels. We felt a little underdressed in the company of so many well dressed people and thought we may not be welcome to even have a look inside the casino. We even avoided the large brasserie overlooking the casino in favour of finding somewhere else to eat that was not so 'touristy'.. Unfortunately we never did find anywhere else, even by the marina shore not along the stretch of road we could see they'd ...