Pierre & Vacances Residence Cannes Beach
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- Swimming pool
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... in the shop had told us not to drive with the windows down though as it can be dangerous with all the bees that are around. We had quite a few hit the windscreen. We saw honey boxes in a few of the lavender fields too. I guess with all the bees that come with lavender it’s worthwhile. There was a place that was signed as having honey or miel as it is in French but when we drove in they were closed. We also dropped in on the way back but they were still closed. ...
... at Louis Vutton and Ralph Lauren to name a few. After enough time of trying to find a place to eat which suited us all we found somewhere and had one of the best meals in terms of food, but it was a shame about the service. We were all so so full and resorted in collapsing out on the beach together just people watching and enjoying the ...
... seemed to wind around forever going nowhere. It became increasingly clear that the July grand reopening of the museum had not yet happened, but the Grimaldi castle and museum, which was the next stop, no longer housed the Renoir collection either as just that weekend it was being transported back to the renovated original location!
Bottom line, one of the key reasons for our visit to Nice was not even open! Nevertheless, the old part of Cagnes Sur Mer was ...
... 8217;T WE HAVE THOSE IN THE UNITED STATES? The next morning I
wandered through the farmers market, which is filled with herbs, croissants,
flowers, and soaps from all over the Cote d’Azur. After a little shopping and
relaxing on the beach, my father I and went and visited the Marc Chagall museum
who I hadn’t heard of before, but apparently he’s really famous. I did like his
colorful paintings and found his influences ...
... decided to find a beach/picnic spot a bit earlier, and stopped at a little private rocky beach just round from Point Bacon. We spent the afternoon picnicing on melted/warm foods (thanks european sun) haha.. and swimming in the med- a perfect day really!! While we were there, a boat pulled up which turned out to be a floating cafe, where they go from beach to beach and even around some of the smaller recreational boats selling hot and cold ...