Monday, 17 March 2008

Demain matin, nous nous dépêchons à Menton, en France


Puisque nous tous aurons besoin des tranquillisants demain, quand nous nous dépêchons à la magnifique Menton Daily Photo de Jilly, j'ai cru que je vous montrerais un objet inanimé. C'est l'Hôtel Hilton d'Adelaïde, en donnant sur le Carré de Victoria. Un jour qui fait 40° C, il ne souffre pas d'un changement de personnalité; - à la différence des citoyens qui l'admirent.
We're rushing to Menton, France tomorrow!
Since we will all need tranquilizers tomorrow, when we hurry to Jilly's wonderful Menton Daily Photo, I thought that I would show you an inanimate object. This is the Hilton Hotel Adelaide, overlooking Victoria Square. On a day of 40° C, it doesn't suffer from a personality change; - unlike the citizens who admire it.

6 comments:

dive said...

Gosh, for a modern "lump pf concrete hotel" that's actually not too unattractive, Monsieur.
The colour contrasts beautifully with the sky.

Nathalie said...

Do you know who the manager is now? A few years back it used to be Jean-luc Fourrier, a Frenchman, nice guy too. Do you know if he's still there?

Nathalie said...

Can only agree with your comment of a few days ago about how insane all those new Meriton houses are. They make me very angry.

claude said...

Beautiful building and I hope a good hotel.

lynn said...

Did Dive miss the link? Oh how he will kick himself!!

Great colours in this photo, M. Benaut, sand & sea colours!

Maria said...

I don't mind this building and in general, I do not like tall ones. This one doesn't sit too unkindly in my eyes.