Ibis Cannes Mandelieu
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On the last day of my CIEF trip, I woke up early and went to the market before relaxing on Nice's nice pebble beach (yes I made that joke). I worked my way back to the hostel and stopped along the way to print my boarding pass for Rome. That was a big success because I had a full conversation in French and convinced the shop-keeper to let me use his computer to print it (he normally doesn't allow random people to do ...
... By now I'm glad that Patrick & Jackie made me forgo the mussels & pomme frites! This meal was a culinary delight. Oh, I forgot to mention that before ordering, two adorable young men came to our table carrying a basket full of fresh fish. I totally have no idea what they said the fish were, they were too cute to look at & I can't look & listen at the same time!
Dinner was a fillet of ...
We visited a lot of places today - got up early to watch sunrise from our seaview appartment in Cannes and having breakfast in the balcony! What a nice surprise to stay here instead of a hotel room. Then we drove off to St Paul de Vence - a picturesque hill top village nearby.
We took in the atmosphere, had ...
... we had on the south coast, we had the ocean, sunset, drinks and food and not a sound around – absolute bliss!
Following the coast we stopped at a beautiful town of Cassis which had peninsula and a gorgeous stony beach overlooking the rugged cliffs. The beach was definitely the best we swam in while in France however hard to get out of with the steep stones sadly. Frejus was ...
... are close to my age – 30 and 33. We walked around and got very lost. This town is difficult to navigate by a map because of the elevation changes that don’t really reflect on the tiny free maps they hand out. We first went to a museum which houses the Prince’s royal car collection, which was pretty impressive. It had everything – from James Bond looking 1950-1960s Mercedes and Bentleys and Healeys, to carriages from the 1800s and modern Formula 1 racecars. It ...