Hotel Chateau De La Tour
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Our first port of call on this cruise is Cannes on the south coast of France. We had decided not to do a ship’s shore tour and do our own thing. I wanted to see the medieval village of Eze so we thought the idea of hiring a convertible and driving up the coast road to Antibes, Nice, maybe Monte Carlo and visiting Eze sounded like a lovely idea.
The reality was very different. Everything has pretty much gone to ...
... and move him from the gangplank to the boat...very concerning!
We met our bus and tour guide and off we went to Monaco...the second smallest country in Europe! It was about a 90 minute ride through Cannes, then Nice and on to Monaco. What struck me most about the ride was the mountainous coast. The Alps actually extend right down to Monaco. The tour guide told us that it is an hour and a half to get to the ski resorts from the ocean. Again, we were struck by the ...
... Was not down to go near that though. I finished my turn and caught some rays on the boat while the others took their turn. On the boat ride back the driver whipped out a crate of drinks and told us to help ourselves. I'm not sure what I had but I mixed some type of alcohol with raspberry and lemon dilutent. Was delicious. Just such a good bartender. When we got back to shore we headed back to the hostel to shower and change. We made some soup for dinner and chilled that night. ...
... degree rotation to return to the pier, is most challenging in this all too narrow harbor for the huge number of classics, as well as mega yachts that make their home here. Maybe this is why they are building another dock. Of course, we had to manipulate around construction equipment as well. Oh my. Anyhow, Milena had a port guy in our dinghy, being side and bow thrusters as we needed it. Getting around Cannes the last couple of days has been quite difficult. It has been ...
... lots or hiking, biking, or other outdoor activities. First we have a ten and half hour transportation day....ugg. The lady at the counter the day told us we didn't need to make any seat reservations, so we could just hop on the train without a ticket since we have the EUrail pass. We hop on our first train and sit in some seats that don't looked reserved. After a couple ...