Maeva Residence Villa Livia
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Maeva Villa Livia Cannes
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... retained much of its original character with quaint cobbled streets, a Provencal market, lots of restaurants, street cafes and bars.
We walked up the ramparts and were able to view the beautiful beach coast below. Even had a good laugh at the sign posted to warn you of danger from falling off the wall. Next we visited a medieval castle that has now been made into a Picasso museum. YES, we actually ...
... I'm sure plenty of people flock here for the film buzz, and those people are not interested in the Grand Prix down the road. It's a very different kind of energy around. They cafes are full of media savvy style conscious patrons, whereas in Monaco they are all wearing Red Bull of Ferrari gear.
I went for the day trip with a family group of Aussies from my hotel. They didn't know their way around so I helped them find the train station ...
... action! Jo Tsonga opened the competition and Luca was able to get his autograph so it made his day! While we were watching the match, there must have been 30 helicopter flights going passed on their way to Monaco. It's obviously the way to travel here. Simone and Pierre's daughter, Charlotte, is ball boy for the tennis Rolex Masters which started today in Monaco. She was on ...
... Oops. For a non drinker I've had a lot of wine this holiday. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? Anyway it was lovely. In another food coma and overly content with the day we hit the hay. New bucket list ambition: ⭕ Go to Cannes Film Festival. Party on a yacht. Devour French market food all day. Tomorrow we have quite a long train to Beziers on the other end of the french coast before travelling to Barcelona on Sunday. The end is nigh. Scary stuff. Catch yo on the flip ...
... paper Linda! For our last lunch together we had pizza, chips and some fresh and delicious mussels. All washed down by... you guessed it some monacos. After sending Linda off at the train station, the four of us had a walk down what I thought was a bigger, busier version of Cavill Mall. We stopped for a gelati fix before continuing onto the beach. The water was lovely and the beach packed, with the exception of Rob we all had a swim. ...