Majestic Barriere Cannes
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Majestic Barriere Cannes
Travel Blogs from Cannes
... 8217;t have euros, so we walked to the nearest McDonald’s to use their bathroom. Would you believe their bathroom had a coded lock on it? We had to buy something to get the code. Needless to say, with the long lines and bathroom time, Nice was a short adventure.
But. We did have French fries in France, and that counts for something. I also tried a macaroon from McDonald's; it was delicious!
... went to one of the restaurants on the beach, right on the beach. Given it was our last dinner in France we decided to open shoulders and have a good go. So dinner consisted of, buffalo mozzarella, foie gras, salmon, ham and parmesan risotto, seafood linguini, and drank, piña colada's, Long Island iced teas and mojito's. Pack up tomorrow and head to Dubai. Chat ...
... The water was so blue and clear and not a cloud in the sky. The one problem was that it was a hell of a walk back up. I was soaked in sweat!...and had to sit on a 30 minute bus ride back.
Once back, I went to see the old Fort that used to protect the "vieux port" (built by Louis XIVth) which provided another gorgeous view of the city. That's when I realized this city is built on a bunch of ...
... mean feat but it went off without a hitch (remember around 2000 people). It was an amazing system of stickers and very knowledgeable crew members. We had to log our sea passes in, which would register when we left the ship and we then log in when we return, so the ship doesn't leave without anyone! All safety protocol was strict and very smooth. We were travelling to the provinces of Fayence and Seilans two tiny villages in the hinterland. It took around 1 hour by coach to reach the ...
... at 2.30 am and Claudia's shoes are now covered in chalk. We finally crashed in our English group's hostel dorm, as we didn't like our one dorm mate (the strange squint, Tourette's and occasional rage outbursts were fine, but the liquid snoring was unforgivable). A day trip to Monaco was called for. We dragged our new Australian friends, Jono and Gus, along after they failed to procure their tickets to Barcelona. They had offered to share their ...