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... pole/railing into the sand for you to help getting in. I like it. The food was ridiculously expensive so didn't order anything. Even their bathrooms were superb. I can see why people pay for these clubs now. The water wasn't as blue as Nice but the sand makes up for it. The water was sparkling like it had little diamonds in it. (or maybe it's just crushed up glass) The train ride wasn't too bad, about the same ...
... They are having a boat show here next week so were getting set up for that. We didn't go and look inside the marina but did see a lot of very large boats moored there. We tried to get inside a casino to see what it was like but didn't have our passports with us and they wouldn't let us in. Probably a good thing.
We went down a side street and then along another street where ...
... people still used Nice as a winter holiday destination. It wasn't until later that it's became the summer holiday spot for the rich and famous. Some of the celebs with houses in the area include Sean Connery, Tina Turner, Brad and Angelina, Elton John and George Clooney.
The ride wound through Old Nice on to the main beach promenade. We rode along the beach for a while until we reached the bottom of Castle Hill. We found out that the large ...
... Lasagne for tea
at Ben's friend’s house also a Nottingham student with two other girls from
Nottingham living in Cannes, turned out we had no milk for the white sauce...so
ended up using chicken stock...it wasn’t as bad as it may sound!!! Then we
cracked open some champagne and wine before heading out. We walked along 'la
Croisette' which is the sea front in Cannes, with all the posh hotels etc, and
ended up at a club called Baoli. It was ...
... in the morning at the Lourve. We hit the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo first thing to avoid the crowds then spent the next 4 hours taking in all the Lourve has to offer. There was rooms and room of Egyptian relics, including heaps of intricate coffins, one mummified human and several mummified cats. My other favorite was Napoleon's apartments, which has stunning china, chandeliers and french furniture, not to mention a life sized model of a pig covered in floral fabric! ...