Ibis Cannes Plage La Bocca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... pole/railing into the sand for you to help getting in. I like it. The food was ridiculously expensive so didn't order anything. Even their bathrooms were superb. I can see why people pay for these clubs now. The water wasn't as blue as Nice but the sand makes up for it. The water was sparkling like it had little diamonds in it. (or maybe it's just crushed up glass) The train ride wasn't too bad, about the same ...
... antique barometer that was sitting on the shelf above the stereo, now lie in broken pieces on the wet floor. I tried to help Marina pick up stuff.... LURCH..... BAM.... LURCH....LURCH HARDER.... BAM, BAM, CRASH, SPLASH, KAAAAAAAAAAAA-BOOOOOOMMMMMM.... ....but found myself totally useless.... LURCH..... BAM.... LURCH....LURCH HARDER.... BAM, BAM, CRASH, SPLASH, KAAAAAAAAAAAA-BOOOOOOMMMMMM. I returned to the dog house, and tried looking out-- but that ...
... a Museum of the Prince's personal collection of cars. I got a little burnt, it was nice to stroll around in the sunshine. Back in Nice, we went for another stroll to the waterfront and came across an Irish Pub, so had a pint of Magners and some good hearty food, we were getting over Pizza and Bread (that's all we could read on the menu).
Nice is a very busy, sun soaked, tourist city, a lot different from Arles which was only 5 hours ...
... ocean. Well, Alec being who he is, ran back to his dorm and returned with goggles. For most of his swim out to the buoys we honestly thought he would need to turn back or that someone would have to go get him. Shelby was actually panicked the whole time; she kept repeating that it was a bad idea and trying to find someone who knew the French number for 911. But, much to her relief and our surprise, Alec made it all the way out to the ...
... right out over the Mediterranean and down to the port of Cannes- it is definitely a slice of paradise!
So as I arrived on Monday afternoon, I chilled out monday night and caught up on some much needed sleep.
On Tuesday morning, Christine gave me a lift through to Antibes where I traipsed around all the different crew agencies, disposing my CV and introducing myself. Everything seemed pretty positive, but as my travel plans will take ...