Ibis Budget Cannes Centre Ville
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... Let’s go to Horizon court. I’m surprised the captain hasn’t made an announcement.’
‘Perhaps he’s waiting until he’s safely in the lifeboat,’ I quipped.
Roisin didn’t see the funny side!
As we headed for the cabin door, the lights and power seemed to return to normal.
I still can’t hear or feel the engines’, said Roisin as we headed up to deck 16.
The crew we encountered ...
... beach. Guilliame wanted me to try the Monaco, which is a sweet cherry beer, and it's really nice. In the sleepy warm lazy late-afternoon, we took a nap, for about 5 hours, haha! Probably still a bit tired/hungover from the night before. But at like 11pm, just when I thought we might be having a quiet night in, we decided to go out and meet up with Cyril and Nico first, then some of Guilliame's childhood friends, Lea and her boyfriend and other peeps whose names I ...
... have a barbecue days before we came to Cannes and tonight was the night. With Imogen and I in the kitchen preparing nibbles and mojitos the boys fired up the tabletop miniature barbie. Not quite the same as what we would find in Australia but it seemed to excite Marin and Willy beyond reason. We ate on the terrace, drank far too many mojitos and then decided to join the nightlife in Cannes. We strolled through the streets and settled on a bar in one of the ...
... a permanent fixture there.
I am not sure whether it is because it is a Sunday, or they too have a siesta time (I think it is the latter),but all the shops were closed (except for those selling souvenirs).
There were lots of photos of Prince Albert II and his wife displayed in the shop windows- they are obviously a very patriotic lot.
Princess Grace ( the American movie star who married the reining Prince at the time- who died as a result ...
... give the highlights and history but Mag does a good job. The main shopping street is very narrow and only one way. The road way is separated from the footpath by big round bollards like oversized bowling balls. we wandered for a while then decided it was beer oclock and time to watch the beautiful people walk past. We found a bar near a major intersection and sat down. You always get peanuts and maybe a bowl of olives with drinks ...