Ibis Styles Cannes Le Cannet
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... the city more than I could in this little blurb.
After Cannes we took a day trip to Marseilles. Not much went on here as we were simply waiting for our plane to Amsterdam!
We'll miss France, but it's time for the next adventure.
... idea when we turned off and found ourselves lost again. By now it is dark, we are almost four hours late and the directions from the dudes playing bocce ( or is that boules) did not work due to a road closure. Finally found the highway but in the wrong direction and ended up back in Nice. A quick U turn and we are off. Another phone call and the manager talked us to the correct exit and waited on the path to great us. She was wonderful after the 25 km trip that should have ...
... around Nice together and grabbed some Slushies to help with the heat before Mary and Andrea were off to Monaco with their tour group. I kept walking around on my own, going up to the nearby castle and walking along the beach, before stopping to watch some live local jazz artists who were performing as part of the Jazz Festival in Nice.
Thursday I had planned to catch the bus up to Grasse (on Christine's recommendations) to walk through the old city and go ...
... on a large screen with waves rolling in underneath it, while having my feet buried in the soft sand, guaranteed a two thumbs up review in my book.
On my way back to Nice the first evening of the festival, I began a conversation with another attendee seated next to me on the train. Discussing how films are sold, bought, and distributed was a topic I was eager to learn more about from an insider. The conversation twisted from how movie theaters compete with ...
Monaco is the second smallest country in the world, after the Vatican City. It is divided into four parts: Fontvieille, Monaco-Ville, La Condamine, and Monte Carlo. I think Monte Carlo is definitely the most famous part, and it is where we stayed. We were there for two nights, but we came late on one night and left early two mornings after. So we had one full day there. The day we were there, Soph decided to just stay back at the hotel to try ...