Hotel Abrial Cannes Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... we've made, and the kids continue to "opt in" each week for another week of this adventure. Whew.
On our last full day in Cannes, the weather was a bit overcast and we'd had enough beach for the time being, so we elected to prepare for our next adventure in South Africa in the fastest and least erudite manner possible: we watched the "Long Walk to Freedom" movie, about Nelson Mandela's life. Interestingly, Sam Jackson had just chosen ...
... such as the Boulevard Carnot, the rue d'Antibes and the Carlton Hotel on the Promenade de la Croisette were carried out. After the closure of the Casino des Fleurs (hôtel Gallia), a luxury establishment was built for the rich winter clientele, the Casino Municipal next to the pier Albert-Edouard. This casino was demolished and replaced by the new Palace in 1979. With the 20th century came new luxury hotels such as the Miramar and the Martinez. The city was ...
... or nice
without dents or scratches! Cars are always parked in with no space to
get out! And they can park on corners and bends.. WHAT THE HELL!? Even
saw a smart car parked perpendicular to the kerb today with its back
wheels up on the gutter. Instant parking fine in newcadtle!!! Parking
police would go bananas over here! We are now back at the hotel and relaxing!! It's almost 11pm. Packing almost done too! We have loved this city so much. Sad to leave, but so excited for Venezia!
If you take a ferry from the Vieux Port (Old Port) in Cannes, one of the places you can go is to the Ile Saint Honorat, an island housing a Cistercian Monastery, and the ruins of a castle. There are no automobiles (but they do have Internet!) and the Monks grow grapes in their vineyards and make some spectacular wine. They also make numerous ...
... meal…but it was pretty good…the wine was a little watered down I think, but it didn’t stop me from enjoying my 2 euros worth of it hehehe. That night we had a pretty late night.
The next day I woke up and headed into town to explore. My first stop was the post office so that I can mail a poster I bought for my uncle. The French people n Nice were really nice and helpful. After posting the poser I grabbed an hop on hop off bus map and walked ...