Hotel Cannes Gallia
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Room service
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... that. This was not completely successful as this one wanted us to drive right past our apartment. Odd, but we were home.
Mike and Jude made their way home. They had had a lovely morning checking out Cannes. They had seen the sights, the Casino, the shops and the fast cars. Jude had managed to buy a couple of pairs of nice shoes, so a successful day out.
We chilled for a bit before donning the bathers and walking down ...
... We drove into the town Valensole and had a walk around the town there. There was a butcher shop there that was selling lavender sausages! Kyria was keen to try them but the shop was shut unfortunately. It would have been interesting! I finally got some food from a café nearby and Mike and Kyria also grabbed a baguette and chips from there. They were actually nice chips. I was beginning to think they didn’t know how to make chips in Europe!
... Again a lovely person but she is leaving soon to get married and to live in Chamonix in Switzerland. The job is to manage the accounts for a number of super yachts with unbelievable budgets. There are a lot of systems and procedures to learn and accuracy is of utmost importance. There are also a bunch more people in the adjoining offices but I haven't been here long enough to get to know them. Had to work on Good Friday ...
... in this group are the Île Sainte-Marguerite and the Île Saint-Honorat. The smaller Îlot Saint-Ferréol and Îlot de la Tradelière are uninhabited. Administratively, the islands belong to the commune of Cannes. The islands are first known to have been inhabited during Roman times. The Île de Saint-Honorat bears the name of the founder of the monastery of Lérins, Saint Honoratus. It was founded around the year 410. It is in this monastery ...
... from all different states alongside posters of the Beatles and other paraphernalia deemed "English." The live band played all the hits from back home while sweaty people crammed together on the dance floor.
I wanted to leave immediately after arriving. I did not come 4,000 miles to go to [insert any Chicago/Michigan bar with a dance floor]. But we stayed for a drink, which turned into three (four) and ended ...