Ibis Styles Cannes Le Cannet
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... was really different, something that I didn't remember from the last time I was in France. We dried off then continued the hike until we started to get hungry for lunch. We made our way back to a little town in Antibes and found a restaurant that I ate at. The restaurant was famous for their huge sundaes, so we all ordered one for lunch. We had no problem finishing it all! Dad was boring and just ordered a cheese plate... Such a big mistake ...
... several days before pretty redundant. It must have had nothing to do with the time and more to do with entertainment!!
Back in our cabin approaching midnight, Roisin had just clambered in to bed to read and I had just opened my net book to record notes of the day’s events when ‘click’ all the lights went out!! My first thought was that we had forgotten to put our key card in the slot by the door. This is a similar process that many hotels have adopted ...
... idea of rejection when he texts over 20 times in a row and wonders why I'm not replying. The week with Sarah went very quickly. We saw the beautiful gardens of Versailles. Absolutely breath taking. We hired bikes and rode around the gardens and the lake. We ate yummy ice cream and got some great snaps! We climbed the 400 and something stairs all the way up the Arc de Triomphe and ate really delicious cakes and drank Marie Antoinette tea in La Duree. Shopping was a killer ...
... just a tad! Those kids deserve much more than that. To be amongst
old smelly men in a street outside a train station... Not Right. The
children looked very sad and unclean. As a social work student it was
hard to see, but fuelled my passion for bettering the lives of young
kids who are neglected by their parents who just cannot afford children.
It's so sad. Writing as I walk btw - just saw a BMW and an Audi
kissing bumpers. No wonder I haven't seen any cars ...
... Chagall and Dubuffet, to name a few. D.H. Lawrence lived, died and was buried here until his remains were moved decades ago.
It is a totally pedestrian place, primarily because of the narrow streets and the limited access through the portes. It is reminiscent of Avignon, also a walled Roman city with limited access. There a several market squares with small shops and cafes. But it is the art galleries ...