Pierre & Vacances Residence Cannes Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... alone sometimes is really important. There is this stigma about life that if you are alone or do things alone then you are weird or lonely. Honestly, I think this is the only way to find out who you really are. How many times have you gone shopping with friends and they deter you from a shirt you thought was very cute because they didn't like it. Or how many times did you change what you were going to eat because "everyone" was in the mood for pizza and ...
After another big night out, a group of us planned to go to Cannes for the day. Unfortunately for us, the weather wasn't its usual self and all we could think about was food. It's safe to say none of us were feeling too fresh but any day with these girls is a good day. We wondered round Cannes looking in the windows of all the big names, ...
... a great look. We both took turns at touching the Mediterranean. It was one of those special moments in life. Not something I expected to do. We really like Nice and would have liked more time there but a Globus tour waits for no one. Not that bad really but we did have to keep going even though once we knew that the tour de France was in town doing a time trial most of us wanted to stick around and see it. Not to be so on the road ...
... the standards.. but I suppose you get that in any industry!
At midday I made my way back up to the train station and met up with my Friend Kendra Titheridge ( a blenheim girl) and a Lucy- another kiwi which Kendra had met at a hostel in Marseille! We stopped quickly at the supermarket to pick up some goodies for lunch and headed out toward the Cap d'Antibes. We stopped off to check out the superyachts on the way.. they STILL amaze me!! Due to the ...
... arrival at the restaurant we were greeted by our waitress of the previous evening holding Lizzie’s jumper and smiling broadly at us. Now that is great service.
Another fine dinner, in fact way too much. The best result was Lindsay’s who was desperate for a steak hache which appeared only on the kids menu. I asked our waitress for maybe two children's meals and she disappeared to confer with the kitchen. Within a minute she returned with a ...