Golden Tulip Cannes Hotel de Paris
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I spent a week in Ascot in client workshops leaving the car at Marseille Airport. Navigating the whole long term parking conversation at a French airport was interesting, I did manage to get the Audi cleaned though as it was pretty much green after leaving it under trees for a week.
As the sun went down over the mountains, I drove to Cannes. I had another Airbnb booked up ...
... only see the cars is designated paid areas. It was awesome for me as a race fan to see the F1 cars out on track at Monaco. I was half way through my breakfast when I heard the first cars roar up the hill. I didn't even finish my plate, it was straight out to the track.
I'm now sitting in my cabin on a luxury cruise ship and we left harbour about an hour ago. We are off to Portafino tomorrow. It's a great trip so far.
... as you all know I'm the biggest Formula 1 fan and this small trip to Monaco was pretty much the whole reason why I booked this tour. Saw and walked on the streets that they have the actual race. Life changing! I can't believe I was actually there. Made it back to the hotel in enough time to get some good pics of the beach. Some of the Canadians and I walked down to see how cold the water was. I thought it was FREEZING and the Canadians said it was WARM! It's so weird going to ...
... admit it was ************fusing, but all I could do was try my best. I took two semesters of French first year at CSB/SJU and I have been using Rosetta Stone since then. At least the French program here is flexible, so that once I start remembering what I have learned in French, I will be able to progress up through the different levels. The rest of the day was filled with orientation meetings about CIC and Cannes. In the evening, CIC offered a soiree ...
... hit the brakes and watched them float up D53 towards the Madone.
Other than the expected traffic and a bit of complicated way-finding, the end of today's, and this trip's, route was routine. I pulled up to the hotel a little after 1:30pm to find Barry and our group's luggage in the hotel lobby, and a text from Caroline. She had checked in just a few minutes before I arrived. Nice timing.
After a quick shower ...