Cannes Palace Hotel
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... the usual bistro and catering for the rich and famous with mains at E85 so we quietly slipped away, finding our comfort zone at the other more friendly and considerably less pricey eatery. Menu du jour (3 courses) for E30 and Guy insisting he have the full monty, but then struggling a bit to finish. Petite friture (whitebait) and fresh fish or veal (o dear, how mean of us) and tarte au pomme or boules de glaces to finish. Views to die for overlooking Cannes and the ...
Although it was an early start, the flight to Nice and subsequent bus trip to Cannes was fairly easy and uneventful. However, I mist remember next time to pay attention to the scheduled school holidays of different countries because Gatwick Airport was SO BUSY! I arrived in Cannes around 2pm. Tim and I had tried to make some arrangements to meet up over facebook regarding whether or not he would meet me where the bus arrived. Unfortunately I did not realise that Tim ...
... 70. Well worth it for the simple trip.
The drive itself was uneventful, except for the occasional sight along the way.
In Melbourne we have the big bird, and the fake hotel on eastlink, the Nice A8 toll has an 11 century castle on top of a sheer rock cliff, with battlement walls surrounding!
Such French arrogance!
Outside of the GPS ending our trip in the middle of the freeway over a river, we found our apartment reasonably easily.
Compared to Lyon, this one is a bit ...
Anyway...we came back to Walter's place and he had the sickest underneath a church apartment I have ever seen. This place was so big. Like 3 bedrooms, a giant couch in the living room, huge kitchen, and a beautiful balcony overlooking the bay and part of the casino. He offered us a glass of wine as we took turns showering before the fireworks started. We chatted about ...
... been for part of his incarceration. Then we walked the Boulevarde de Croisette, which sounds more like something you might eat. It starts at the Casino, where we took our photos on the red carpet made famous by the Cannes Film Festival, all the celebrities have walked it. This boulevard is lined with expensive shops and hotels, some of the hotels own stretches of the beach and it is reserved for the exclusive use of guests. Typically, these stretches of the beach ...