Ibis Cannes Plage La Bocca
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... a sports centre, street cars, a post office, and schools. There were fewer British and German tourists after the First World War but more Americans. Winter tourism gave way to summer tourism and the summer casino at the Palm Beach was constructed. The city council had the idea of starting an international film festival shortly before World War II. The first opened on 20 September 1946, held in the Casino Municipal. The Cannes Mandelieu aero centre The area around Cannes ...
... best time spending funny moments and great times just watching the world go by and smiling as the days ended and began. Friendships are so precious and it's not everyday you get to wake up and know there are people out there who care about you and who you can just be yourself around. Just like stars, not always there with you, but you always know they are there when times are either tough or you just need a should to lean on. Next morning Imogen was gone and I was on my ...
Antibes (pronounced On Teeb) is just a short hop from our base in Cannes. Some larger cities have Market Day almost every day. But smaller villages limit theirs to one or two days per week. In Antibes Market Day is Thursday and Saturday. So this morning we set off. This leads to a needed discussion regarding driving in Europe, and France in particular. Jim (an engineer) loves maps and studies ...
... and much, much more. Everything in fabulous colours and of dubious quality and heritage. Kit and Lizzie bought friendship bracelets. Lizzie also bought a watch strap and confounded me and the Madame by asking for it without the removable watch as we have the watch at home, apparently! What do I know?
When we left at midday, the market was still teeming with people as it had been since 9.30 when I went through on the breakfast run. Our conclusion ...
... busy at the end of winter! Little did we know that we were in town for the annual carnivale/flower festival as well! We nearly missed out on a spot at the van park because it was packed. They gave us their last spot which was a battle axe shaped pitch not much longer than the van. Boy did Greg have to work hard to get us in and out – about 50 three-point-turns. Does that make a 53 point turn or a150 point turn?!
Our day trip to Monaco ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed