Hotel Cannes Gallia
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... to sand beaches. Getting hungry we found a super market and following in the baguette trend we brought some cheese and game and avocado and sat on the curb eating delicious baguettes after searching for ages to find a laundromat and not a dry cleaning we gave up and went back to the hotel. We asked the lady who ran the hotel if she knew of any places and she said she could do it for cheaper. We were delighted but later we found that the price she ...
... which was within smelling distance of La Golondrina. We rarely ate there—it was hardly like going out—but it seemed appropriate for this visit. From our table on the terrasse of the restaurant we could see the roof of our old house.
Finally it was time to walk, as we’d done so many times, under the arches of the thick city wall into the bustling core of St Paul de Vence. The same tourists milled up and down the stone paths, holding dripping ...
... out with our snorkels having no idea when we were supposed to get back on the boat. Anyway, so when we finally got back on the boat, I felt very sick. I have never experienced boat sickness - sea sickness- before, so I didn't know that I was so sensitive. The whole ride back to the island I was trying my hardest not to throw up. I tried to sleep again and, at the same time, not miss the beautiful view. Unfortunately, I could not hold it in. ...
... entrée, bouillabaisse for my plat, and crème brulee for dessert. Fois gras on
gingerbread may sound strange, but the salty and sweet flavors actually complimented
each other well. Bouillabaisse is a traditional Provencal stew composed of
various types of seafood and vegetables. Mine consisted of a couple different
kinds of fish, mussels, clams, shrimp, and octopus. As is customary, it came
with an order of hard French bread and an olive oil and breadcrumb ...
... young lady not 25 metres away was preparing to repel boarders with a broom handle and much rehearsed tai chi.
We all have our “workmen and hole in the road” stories but this one takes the biscuit. Question - how many Frenchmen does it take to repair a barrier? Answer – six, today at any rate. One to do the drilling, and five to spectate. On the pavement and in my way. At least they weren’t smoking, so some progress. You’ll forgive ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility