Le Chalit

27, av. Gallieni, Cannes, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, France | Hostel

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A Journey to Cannes

A travel blog entry by megflannery


... I discovered that my baggage was delayed in Paris. So I had to wait for it to arrive before I left the airport for Cannes.

The silver lining to this story was my flight to Paris. Delta upgraded me to International Business class. It was the best flight I have ever had! As soon as I got settled at my seat, I was offered champagne! Then I browsed a menu for my three course dinner: tomato basil soup, pan-seared cod, and an ice cream sundae. I watched Admissions ...

My Pitch To Ryan Gosling From Cannes Film Festival

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour


... the shift of mindset from an actor's own reality to that of a character, the emotions evoked when the director pans left just at the appropriate second. I even appreciated Ryan Gosling solely for his acting skills when he was only taking on creepy roles in indie films, long before he turned into the six-pack, box-office heartthrob he is today. Thus, attending the Cannes Film Festival was my award winning moment, but much like the 2nd act of any picture, my experience took ...

Day 5 - Nice

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside


... car, I noticed that the remaining seats were now occupied by other people - a couple of families near the door with a few other travellers e tween them and our students. When I asked our boys and Anthony whether there any empty seats. An extremely rude French woman said in English, "are you going to be this loud during the trip? Your accents are terrible." At this, Anthony turned around and berated her with, "you shut your mouth. What do you know about these students? ...

What do you mean there's a train strike?

A travel blog entry by irishinfrance


This morning we got up early, dressed and had breakfast so we could head down to the train station. Our plan? Take the wonderful French train system to the Village of Eze. We plotted our route carefully (following signs, not maps), and pulled into the railway parking garage. It is somewhat unusual as it is above ground. Most of the parking garages, and there are a lot of them because space is so limited in most of the towns around here, are ...

Le Petit Train Blue

A travel blog entry by justin.lina


... tram scurried around the streets enlightening us with Marseille fact (most of witch we couldn't hear of have since forgotten). The grand finale of the Le Petite Train blue was the steep climb up to the Notre Dame De La Garde that sits high on the hilltop overlooking all of Marseille. After a walk around the grounds we departed the petite train and boarded the real train to word Cannes. Cannes is rich and famous and it makes no excusses about it. ...


This hostel, located on 27, av. Gallieni, Cannes, is near Olympia, Bemon, Intersport la Hutte, and Bathroom Graffiti.
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