Promenade Le Corbusier, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
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  • This path of the Customs officers is beautiful! The ride is quite long! We have a picnic at the water's edge. The views are magnificent! View of Menton and Monaco! The colors of the Mediterranean are splendid! We love this ride with friends and with our children.
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  • am a part of the way gone from roquebrune (avenue winston churchill). very nice from the first curve of the gigantic views of monaco! almost over something accessible, I not everything should be paved, gravel tuts also, but the views are awesome!
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  • Superb ride with views of Beausoleil and Monaco and beautiful drop. A lot of stairs, buggies and toddlers to avoid have to wear them ;-) Walk in very large part to the Sun if you do it in the morning. A downside is that it has no idea of where we are on the way; a plan initially and ongoing details of road would be welcome, we are not all of the "local" ;-)
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