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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... that we have come a long way since the Titanic! It was neat, but it was also very wavy and bumpy. Thankfully, neither of us suffered from any sea sickness during the trip.
We drove from Cannes to Nice, France in a coach bus, and then we boarded a mini train (like a trolley) to tour Nice for 45 minutes. France was absolutely amazing, and we kept making connections to the French Quarter in New Orleans from our US ...
... t want to be the odd man out. Being alone means you have to make all of your own decisions without the influence of others. This means you make your own mistakes as well, which is an important part of figuring out who you are. I am so grateful for this time I have had to learn about myself and encourage everyone to have a meal by themselves and reflect on life with a cup of coffee. Enough about that though; talk about a perfect beach day! I got to ...
... She was easy to chat to and soom we had made plans for the evening. She had already met some Canadians down stairs and made plans to go to a bar, so I joined them, we also recruited an Alaskan guy (who disappeared after scabbing our leftover pizza). Heading out we went down the main street and came to some interesting statues sitting on the top of some really tall poles and they were glowing different colours. The next stop was the fountain of Geoff… Ok ...
... have moved with the times!!! Unfortunately for me I became unwell and so was unable to go o dinner and partake in other activities but Phil did and he enjoyed himself. He did however get told off as he was in shorts and thongs - the dress code was smart casual but he probably saw the casual bit - they let him stay as it was the first night! Getting some rest was a relief! It was amazing going outside at night and watching the massive vessel plough through the water. You could see ...
... It was a big city, and it actually felt like almost everyone we saw on the streets actually lived there, or at least was French. Yet it was beautiful and vibrant and unique. We concluded that it was a near-perfect tourist destination, and we could easily spend upwards of a week there and not get bored. We could maybe even live there, working during the day and hanging out on the beach in the evening. Nice was easily one of our favorite spots we'd seen on this trip.