- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The day started with a stroll down the steep slopes of Villedefrance for a espresso, chocolate croissant and an extra special chocolate donut. This double hit of chocolate made the walk back up the slopes Easy. I arrived back to see Aug tucking in to breakfast, talking about his great run. Shane was equally pleased with himself for sleeping in. At breakfast, Shane used his charm to talk Anthony (a ...
... nobility "discovered it" and began to spend their winters on its lands, building villas and other edifice. This was to be evidenced in one of our stops in Menton. Later it became popular also as a summer resort, and became the attraction it is now.
The Menton market, which was close to closing, was inhabited by various varieties of cheeses, meats, and other local goods, but we did not purchase anything, and continued walking up the streets of ...
... and eventually descend into Menton. The town is famous for its equitable climate (lemons are grown throughout the year), its association with Picasso and Jean Cocteau and the very expensive villas around Cap Martin towards Monte Carlo. Madame et Monsieur take turns to visit the Jean Cocteau museum since dogs are not allowed. Madame enthuses about the building, Monsieur declares Cocteau a fraud. "He can't draw, all his paintings have the same two ...
... and we would have had to take the metro to explore the main city. So, we hung out in the train station, got pizza, and looked around at the shops. We finally boarded the train to Ventimiglia and had
a 6 person private cabin which was very comfortable and fun despite the 4 hour ride. Finally we got there, and had to switch trains one last time and an hour later (it was around 8pm by now) arrived in Nice, France. Our hostel was a ...
Our campsite in Menton (a very charming little town only a couple kms from the Italian border) had a lovely position perched on a hill, with lots of shady trees, and some ocean glimpses. We were so impressed with the location of the site (not so much the facilities), that we immediately checked ourselves in for two nights. Plus, the weather was perfect, and that was something we were desperate for!
Of course, with any campsite in such a ...