Golden Tulip Cannes Hotel de Paris
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We arrived in Cannes through Nice airport from London Gatwick/ Paris CDG separately.
It was a long wait to hire a car but we did finally, and got an Audi A4 diesel with air con and GPS at Europcar.
We first drove to Antibes, and visited the Musee Picasso, where Picasso spent ...
... Tonight on the Royal was 70s night. Not sure we would be up for the music bit as last time we attended a 70s night aboard the Island Princes, somebody forgot to tell the organisers that the 70s began before 1976!!! However, the evening started with a 70s trivia name that acoustic tune. This comprised of David playing an intro on his Ovation acoustic guitar and Dan, the Deputy Cruise Director acted as compare and quiz master. Dan is a naturally funny guy and reminds me of a young ...
... board. You simply call out a name and the bar man creates your shot in front of your eyes. When I say create, I literally mean, 'create'. The shots Sarah and I had were some what different lets just say that! We had several quite bizarre tasting shots. Shots that were lit on fire, ones we dipped marsh mellows into, shots that were in a dry ice form, fruity ones, chocolates flavoured ones, you name it! As you can see it is quite easy to get drunk in a bar like that. ...
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Eventually the TTT began, while an annoying American guy tried to butt in, the largest cheers for the starting groups were the French team, Europcar, BMC, mostly due to Cadel Evans and surprisingly the Australian team, Orica Greenedge (there were some very vocal Aussies in the crowd).
After the final team had started, we got some food and headed back to the hotel to find out who had won. ...
... of Eze. It is a beautiful village, very small, and all up on a mountain by the sea. The streets are tiny, (like all French villages we saw), but the view from the top is spectacular, (see posted pictures). You can see for miles and miles around. The top viewpoint of the village is called Le Jardin d'Eze; the public has to pay 6euro to go up there because it is so popular. Luckily, as students, we got to go ...