Quality Hotel Mediterranée
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... down now though. Went out for dinner about 7 pm and found a lot of the places had closed and yet people were crowded everywhere at lunch time eating and drinking wine. Lots of bars and cafes open, but not serving food. Finally found a place overlooking the beach. Umbrellas and tables are set up along the edge of the beach and staff cross over the road dodging cars with orders of food and drink from restaurants across the road. Very enjoyable ...
... We also found the Monte Carlo Automobile Club where they had some trophies and pictures from previous races which were really cool to see.
Walked around a little more, snapped a few more pictures, you know how we do. When the sun started to shine and the blue sky started peeking through, it really felt like paradise. There were a few times when I really just needed to stop and take in the fact that I was ...
... 8226;Dropped into the centre of Nice. Beachfront shops and cafes. Chairs & umbrellas on the pebbled beach- expensive! Pools and tiny boardwalks into the ocean- heaven! Walk along the beach. •Pesto pasta with girls & Zoe. •Shopping (blanket purchase to keep warm) & lattes! •Back to cabins to get dressed up ...
... 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 ...