Ibis Budget Menton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... highlighed by a mesmerizing visit their world class Aquarium. It is called Le Musee de Oceanagraphique, built in 1910 by Prince Albert and also run by the famous Jacque Cousteau. I instead stayed in town and went swimming in La Mer. A bit cold but all the more invigorating. I took a walk to an overrun garden originally put in by Lawrence Johnson (of Hidcote fame). Unfortunately, it is in need of a lot, a lot of TLC. I imitated ...
... race course for the Grand Prix. It is quite steep and curvy in places, and narrow! The museum is at this stop, but was also closed for refurbishment. There seems to be a lot of building etc. going on, presumably to prepare for the major tourist season and the big race. We stopped for lunch at an open-air cafe near here, I had Salad Nicoise! It started to lightly rain, the day had started off lovely, but gradually the cloud closed in. We walked back down, via a lift ...
... to Menton was mostly easy highway driving. But we when got there parking was nearly impossible Then we realized it was a gorgeous Sunday afternoon on the Riviera in August when everyone is on vacation and the parking is free. We finally found a spot and a very kindly older gentleman walking his dog made sure I knew not to put any money in the meter. Since I did know what he was saying he put his hand over the money slot said the French ...
... 8226;Drive to Monaco-amazing scenery! A stop at the Monaco Palace & photos of the breathtaking view from the top. •Monte Carlo Casino- Walked past ritzy restaurants and shops to the entrance, multi million dollar cars, casino decked out, watched Adrian & Alex win big! •Gelato out the front. Lights and music! •Early ...
... then deteriorated for a bit as the grade increased, and my rear tire actually spun as I sought to gain traction on one of the wet climbs. Soon enough, though, I had reached the Col de Vescavo and made my way back to Sospel to resume my journey to the sea.
One more Col (de Castillon, making 4 cols for the day) and it was all downhill to Menton. ...