Hotel Ibis Cannes Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... firework show at 10 pm) they were opening late and only serving "la menu special" which was extremely expensive. It made sense because those restaurants had the best seats for the show. We ended up finding a great seafood restaurant right across the street from the beach. To obey dad's request, we ate slowly and had a real last Italian diner. We finished the night by watching the firework show, which was really beautiful on the water.
... 18th century, the Spanish and British both tried to gain control of the Lérins Islands, but were chased away by the French. The islands were later controlled by many, such as Jean-Honoré Alziary, and the Bishop of Fréjus. The islands had many different purposes; at the end of the 19th century, one was a hospital for soldiers in the Crimean War. At the end of the 19th century, several railways were completed. This prompted the arrival of streetcars. In ...
... when you need to get from one intercity train to another.
The TGV train to Nice is very smooth (& quick) passing through the various types of landscapes – vast farming areas with farm houses & barns in the centre; cows and sheep in lush green fields; villages and towns & some industrial; from flat land to rolling hills; woods and high tension electricity wires & towers. We got to catch up on diary writing, photo labelling, video compiling and a ...
... heads on drugs. We stayed for a while before heading out to find a better bar/club but we didn't have any luck so we headed home.
Our first full day in Nice and we had planned to grab some roller blades and cruise the beach side strip and goes on for miles (credit to bec for the idea). After some cereal and juice for breaky without any bowls (we had shots of juice from micro sized cups) we made our way down to the coastline ...
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 ...