Hotel Ibis Cannes Centre
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... hiring or buying snorkelling gear. Apparently there was a shop around the corner that sold gear, however we had a look and it wasn't particularly cheap so we thought we'd give it a miss. The boat had just pulled in after we arrived at the boarding area so we didn't have to wait long. It was only a 10 - 15 minute trip to the island. As at Marseille, going out to the island there were great views looking back at Cannes.
It was quite a nice little island. There ...
... the country around Canua. The insecurity of the Lérins islands forced the monks to settle on the mainland, at the Suquet. Construction of a castle in 1035 fortified the city by then known as Cannes, and at the end of the 11th century construction was started on two towers on the Lérins islands. One took a century to build; the other, three. Around 1530, Cannes detached from the monks who had controlled the city for hundreds of years and became independent. ...
... the harbour that was open for coffee and food. Shops don't seem to open before 10am around here. Who knows what time people start work?? Then with our bikes in tow, we took off to explore what we could of Monaco.
Highlights included -
1. Seeing a red ferrari
2. Having my photo taken on the start line of the Monaco F1 track and pretending i was an F1 driver in about the only car i could probably afford in Monaco!
3. Seeing a ...
... upscale handbag: Vuitton, Prada, etc., but not cheap. That was yesterday. So today we got up and did a very French thing: we headed for the Boulanger/patisserie or as we say in the States, the bakery. We got some pastries, but we also bought a long baguette of French bread, still warm. We hurried back to the apartment, fixed coffee and tea, got out the French butter and strawberry jam and dug in. ...
As predicted, my second week in Cannes consisted primarily of class and beach, with a little bit of shopping and a lot of eating interspersed throughout. I also got to know the city a little better, as that Monday, Sandrine took a small group of us up to
the old castle in Cannes,
whose clocktower and opposing watchtower are visible from downtown. Part of the
twelfth century castle has been turned into a museum that houses primitive
artifacts from around ...