Campanile Cannes Mandelieu
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Its a bit of a walk into the town but the staff were lovely! hotel room was clean and had everything we needed.
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We found the sun in Cannes! Cannes is a ritzy little town in France. Tons of nightlife and a beach overlooking the Golfe de la Nopoule. We only spent 1 night here, but we got in a good view of the city and the people. The pictures capture the ...
... creatures out there as well. Some places that you will be visiting today is Savanna Canyon, Valley of wishes, Canyon of Sounds and Spiny Viney Jungle. Canyon of Sounds is one of the most famous places known in this land, it has very nice music when the water touches the ground it has a very graceful sound and there is a magical word to it, I shall not reveal it yet but, inside are shining crystals, gold and much more. Or, if not there the Valley of wishes ...
... in the other, we enjoyed the peaceful balmy night. Tired from our day of travels we called it an early night, knowing we would have to be up early to greet Willy and his friend Marin on their early morning arrival to Cannes the following day. I brushed off my sandy feet and moisturised my sun kissed face, collapsed into my bed (resembling the likes of Marie Antoinette's) and as my head hit the pillow I was out like a light. Au revoir, Mademoiselle ...
... bus back into Nice.
Dinner in our rooms, then off again for our last night in France.
We walked along the Promenade Des Anglais watching the lights of Nice come on, highlighting the landmark buildings of this famous street....and we kept walking, and walking...till after about 3.5k's we rounded the bend to the high point overlooking the whole strip and bordered by the Mediterranean.
Champers out, as well as our very special plastic Eiffel ...
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He wasn't free until 7pm, so we locked our bikes to his front door under the church and left our bags. We were really hoping nobody would steal a cyclist's bag that was on the front steps of a church, especially in Monaco where it's probably just easier for people to buy bran new versions of everything we had. So we changed clothes ...