Hotel De Londres Menton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... a cave they also have in the gardens. The cave was accidentally discovered while creating the gardens, and it was neat to see. It was also the first cave that Dilyara had ever been inside! It had the stalagmites/stalagtites and everything.
We left the gardens around 2PM. Then we walked down the mountainside into the east side of the city. We specifically went to this area, because there was a McDonalds (free WiFi). We ...
... 8364;5 and got €8.32 back ... WINNNING !!! Yay :D. We later enjoyed a €16 drink because we were in the Monte Carlo and why not. Jake and Todd got the James Bond martini's and meg and I got cosmopolitans. There's tasted like petrol and our was a lovely cranberry delight! Meg, jake and Todd all put €10 each on the black jack table. Both meg and jake bombed out on the first round and again on the first round after wasting another ...
... 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 ...
... for the border. We kept looking at the map on the GPS thinking "We should be on that road which runs right along the edge of
the coast, instead of the freeway which runs further inland". We soon
realised that this wouldn't have been such a great option. If you
believed the map, the coastal road passed through a number of small
villages and hamlets - very charming. Truthfully tho, we couldn't see a
break between the villages. ...