Cheval Blanc Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Cannes
... accent saying **** made it all the more funny. Being so happy from the news of the campsite I was in hysterics at this lady. The 3* campsite was immense, the best luxury of this trip, it was more of a resort than a campsite. Swimming pools, slides, hot showers, wifi, TV rooms were what luxury was! Ben and I relaxed again, being totally ****** from our long day of exploring- I could sit here all night, beer is so cheap and watching the night sky costs nothing.
... we didn't know which way the bus was so headed down hill which took us to the end of the village - wrong! So we started clambering back up in panic but got lost and nobody could help ( when we could find someone). We started asking for the big bus. This helped somewhat with Phil saying grande auto! The auto bus! Using his hands making a large shape. We tourists, need grande bus!! Finally some council workers kindly walked us to the bus (well we were running) and we were nine minutes ...
... bearing in mind i had to
print my tickets from the machine...i arrive around 17 40, pleased I had plenty
of time, only to find the train was delayed by 40mins, at the time I was not
impressed as that meant getting to Cannes even later. It turned out that at 18
07 I was still in the queue to print my tickets..so all in all, a blessing in
disguise. When I had printed out the tickets and the train finally arrived all
was well, I had missed my connection train ...
... different French cheeses and wines. Its safe to say that I was extremely full after this..I'm going to miss French bread and cheese so much!
On Sunday the 5th, Jenny, Olivia and I made our way to Monaco on the train, which took about an hour from Cannes. Before we got there, however, we had a little mishap and got on the wrong train! Luckily, the train we accidentally got on was headed in the right direction, so we hopped off in Nice and got on the ...
... 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 ...