Hotel Abrial Cannes Centre
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... GC is now. Upon our decent we saw what we believe to be the home of the original Man in the Iron Mask. He was a prisoner on the island of St Marguerite which is just off the coast of Cannes, he was also the inspiration for the story The Man In The Iron Mask written by Alexandre Dumass, (pronounced Doomar not dum ass), just a bit of Shawshank there hehe.
We then headed for the boardwalk to the Med. We walked past the entertainment centre where ...
... into a pretty impressive place. I ordered a champagne and took a spot from which I could do some people watching. The music was good and it started to get crowded. Then the bartender literally lit the entire bar on fire! I couldn't get my phone out fast enough to capture it, but it was incredible! Then the champagne parade started. About five girls, each carrying two bottles of Cristal with lit sparklers attached made their way to the VIP section where ridiculous amounts of cash ...
... mountain side and have an amazing view. I would love to live here, but I don't know what there is to do there. What would I do with my life? Anyways, once we arrived in Monaco, I took a long walk down to the port and beach. I almost forgot about the F1 race that's in a month's time, the most famous car race in the world. They were starting to set up the guardrails on the streets that will be part of the track, and the stands around the port for the fans. My walk ...
... history, the symbolism of perfume gradually changed from religious to materialistic and luxurious. The Museum had one of Queen Marie-Antoinette's traveling cases. Actually, this case was a decoy that Marie-Antoinette sent to her sister in the Netherlands during her flight from Varennes in 1791 during the French Revolution. Her actual traveling case is on display in the Louvre.
In terms of my museum studies, this museum was not that different from ...
... at the beach. The museum was really nice, and had exhibitions in four floors, where the fourth floor was the roof. It was four towers with art, and small bridges between them. My dorm-room was a story for itself. I thought I would meet young people there, but in my room were two older women. One of them have had her identity stolen, and had no place to live. She only spoke French so I didn't talk to her, but ...