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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtlantis Hotel Cannes
The guy at the front desk was so friendly and went out of his way to help us out with sightseeing and other things to do.
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Firstly happy happy birthday to our gorgeous nephew, Jesse, hope it was awesome.
Secondly we hope everyone has survived safely through cyclone Marcia, we have been thinking of you all.
Today we decided to head into Cannes and see what all the hype is about. Firstly we started our day in the usual fashion, cuppa and a laze in the gorgeous sunshine. Soaking it all in.
Around 11ish we headed to the bus stop for our ride into Cannes. ...
... I pulled out the sofa bed and tried to get a good rest so I could meet the next day head on. Didn't quite happen. The "bed" is maybe, MAYBE, three inches thick and the pillows are lumpy little deflated sacks of old stuffing. Not conducive for a good rest. My back has been sore since that night.
I got up and went out to explore and found a little place where I had tea and a really good sandwich and then walked the entire length of the harbor, literally, from Port Pierre Canto ...
... in the principality of Monaco. This place oozes money on very corner, the train station is made of marble (Tested well with the old run and slide, even if the elderly ladies gave us dirty looks)
As you walk out of the station you are presented with the sight of massive boats on your right and lavish buildings to your left. We walked up a board walk to the left in the search of a casino. Everything was screaming money,
After bit of a stroll we found ...
... roads are so small and narrow. In addition, traffic always seems congested. Walking is the quickest and cheapest transportation available here.
St. Tropez was a cute, ideal French village. I would definitely recommend it for any trip to the French Riviera. It was so picturesque! For the most part, we just explored the town in small groups. There was an open air market; venders were selling the unique produce of the region. There artists along the ...
... guide. We had a table booked at the L'Argentin at 9pm which was rearranged to 9.30pm without any fuss. L'Argentin now has an outdoor terrace which affords a great view of the harbour entrance. No starters, Heidi had a fillet of Turbot and I had an Argentine Beef Fillet, both exceptional and complimented with a half bottle of Sancerre and a half bottle of ...