Hotel Les Orangers
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Les Orangers Cannes
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... of a car park is that TT can pick up his satellite signal which didn't seem to help much as we were then treated to a Grand Tour of the frighteningly narrow one way, back streets of Cannes which, apart from the nice sea front area doesn't come up to the standards of Nice or Monaco (maybe it's an acquired taste?) Reaching the motorway with some relief the BP were left in our wake, possibly for ever. More lessons learned and nerves shredded.
... to get along with your crew, but according to this captain... no way.
We pushed through in Cannes. We were joined by about 10 teenagers onboard one night, having to serve them.. Hanging on to the last bits of energy I had. Another night we made it back onboard moments before the guests arrived back haha! The vibe started dwindling here, mainly amongst the crew.
Eric dropped us off at the "Gare de Nice" and we proceeded to go to the gate and wait for our Chemin de Ferre de Provence train... what a sight (picture attached) this narrow gauge this old train presents. It climbed the hills with such a whine that I was not certain that it would make it but... it did. At the end of the line, after stopping at 13 small villages along the way it arrived in Digne Les Baines, ...
... on fresh French olives, sun dried tomatoes, cheese, baguette, grapes, parma ham and crisps. Urgh. It was so so so good. Trapped by my food coma I just lay down for the next few hours. About 5pm we went back to the hotel to freshen up and then came back out again. We marched up to the top of the hill to look out over Cannes, which didn't disappointment. Afterwards we headed to the Palais des festivals et des Congres where the film festival takes place. Took a ...
... on blue for France and Monaco and of course the language changed too. There was a drop in altitude with lots of tight corners and amazing buildings on the side of cliffs. There are 31,000 people that are citizens of Monaco. There are billionaires of course but there are just normal people too - they all have jobs and live like anyone else. There are three casinos - I didn't see any supermarkets but they wouldn't be in the Main Street. It was very warm but the afternoon ...