one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
There's a pomegranate tree outside the Café du Musée. I never knew the name of this tree. Now I do!~~~~~Près du Café du Musée, il y a un grenadier. Je ne connaissais pas le nom de cet arbre. Maintenant que c'est fait!
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I am glad that the sun is back to Menton. Meaning possibility to enjoy the so special colors of your photos.
Is it really warm enough already for fruit to be ripening? I'm so jealous!
Blue skies and fruit gone to seed, the birds will be happy. A nice shot.Nice to see you have sun shining on Menton--- here were I am it is gray skies 9 months out of the year, but I do not complain for this last week 49 states in the US had snow and we do not. joanny
This one is a little past its prime, but I love just about everything made out of pomegranates. Here's a photo I took last year in India.
J'aime mieux les grenades pacifiques que les autres. C'est très bizarre quand même que des "choses" si différentes portent le même nom !
Just want to say how much I love your blog and that it keeps my spirit up during this time of year. I´ve been to Menton every summer for the last 14 years, and will definitely go back again this summer, but I don´t recognise this café. Where is it?
Irina, the good weather has gone again! Back to chilly overcast days. Chuck, I'm surprised anything has ripened in the awful winter we've had but perhaps it's a sort of wild variety?And Maris, the bar is opposite the Jean Cocteau museum that is across the other side of the roundabout. The Bastion it's called. Well think of the opposite side and there it is.
It looks like your blue skies are back!
The cafe looks lovely if you are not much of a people watcher.
Ah, perhaps there is hope... Spring will come again !That one looks like it is ready to be squeezed into a short glass with some rum, sugar, ice, the beginnings of a good punch the way they make them in Guadeloupe or Martinique...
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