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... as they cross the road.
The place is full of eateries and seems to attract holiday seekers from all over. Much more touristy than the Alps but not in a bad way. I might even take a dip in the ocean this arvo. I just have to find a way to navigate the sand (rocks) to get there.
I will post pics of Menton in the next blog.
... to the Chateau or Castle Hill. It allows you to have 10 mins there for the amazing view over the city (the 5th largest in France) and the sea. In the front carriage of the train was a bride and groom and some of her wedding party!! It was a great way to orientate ourselves, after we eventually found it. We went to where the map said it left from, but there was no sign there opposite the park on the promenade. Then I saw on the back of the map, that it was opposite ...
... the grand prix. (The stands were still there and the stacks of tires were still to be seen).
We did see the most luxurious mega yachts we'd ever seen in our lives...and dozens of them! They were three & four stories high with multiple alfresco lounging and dining areas and some with a level with a jacuzzi. One even had the profound name of "I told you so!". I reckon he did tell 'em! After finding some unusual tunnels and connections between elevators ...
... envisaged. Welcome to
the French Riviera!!
Tomorrow we'll head along the coast a bit, haver some lunch in Monaco, then move along to Nice for dinner before heading back to Menton. And that'll just about do us for the Riviera.
PS: finally some news about our luggage -they found it. Its in Geneva and they told us they would deliver it to us in Menton on Thursday - fingers crossed.
01/12/2011 - Monaco ...
... outside with the baguettes. "Is it cold?" I asked about the Coke. "No, they didn't have cold," Anne said.
We headed down the street on our long walk looking for a cash station. We kept walking but no cash station appeared. The neighborhood changed from a French town to more of an urban center, with the road getting wider and parking garages replacing the boulangeries. Finally, we came upon the long block that I had circled twice looking for a right turn. ...