Ibis Cannes Plage La Bocca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Bad weather last night. Found out this morning it's too windy to dock at Monte Carlo so they took us to Villefranche sur Mer. We will have to tender in. It's supposed to rain all day, too. More later. Our guide met us at the new port, only 20 minutes from Monaco. We have had a great day, there is just something about France. Stopped at ...
... t have won but it was the best workout I’d had in years!!!
It was turning out to be a good night. The show in the Princess theatre was also very entertaining. Jimmy Tamley, a ventriloquist act, was extremely funny and original with his Granddad puppet and then followed by a full length puppet, the boxer. Half way through the boxer routine, a string snapped that enabled the boxer to throw punches. I suspect that this was part of the act but impeccable timing and ...
... memory we find the apartment with ease and are soon slipping into our bathers and making our way to the nearest beach. 5pm with the sun still high in the sky you wouldn't be foolish for mistaking it for midday. We spent an hour swimming and sun bathing alongside bronzed Europeans enjoying their summer holidays. Defeated by the intense heat of the sun we decided it was time to retire from the beach and find a nice spot for a mojito. We walked along ...
... be wonderful! We have a pool around which they serve you cold drinks, coffees, salads AND magnums. We are 2 minutes from the beach, and 3 minutes from the main shops and train station. Our room has a big bay window and we have a lovely view of the bay - with many ridiculously expensive luxury watercraft in it (they are too flash to just use the word 'boat)'!
As soon as we ...
... fresh. While we were eating an American ex-pat sat down next to us and started talking about why he loves to live in France. It was a thoroughly enjoyable conversation. We learn a lot. One of the topics was food. I think it is a favorite topic among the French. He recommended that we try crepes Socca for lunch. They are a favorite in Nice - made from chick peas and cooked in a pan like crepes. He told us that his grandmother (from the area) ate these crepes and rabbit all ...