Ibis Cannes Plage La Bocca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Let’s go to Horizon court. I’m surprised the captain hasn’t made an announcement.’
‘Perhaps he’s waiting until he’s safely in the lifeboat,’ I quipped.
Roisin didn’t see the funny side!
As we headed for the cabin door, the lights and power seemed to return to normal.
I still can’t hear or feel the engines’, said Roisin as we headed up to deck 16.
The crew we encountered ...
... times that Cannes would bring over the next few days. We lay sunbathing and swimming on the beach all day, it wasn't until about 7pm with the sun still high in the sky that we decided we had probably had enough sun for the day. We soon discovered upon arriving back at the apartment that our two little French men who claimed 'I'm European I don't burn I just tan' had in fact had more than their fair share of sun and resembled the likes of two lobsters. Willy ...
... physical feats of the circus performers was amazing. It is full on for two hours with live music & dancing, with the timing of everything spot on. So dinner was pizza at nearly midnight, knowing we had to be up at 5:00am for a flight to Paris for the last day of the Tour de France.
... a photo. Just as I'm putting my camera away this guy comes from around the corner of the building towards us staring. We both stare at him as he approaches, then when he realised we saw him (obviously since he was basically the worst ninja ever and the only one around) stopped and signalled across the courtyard. Just then 3 other guys started crossing and coming toward us so we grabbed our packs and ran back inside. We were outside ...
... tram scurried around the streets enlightening us with Marseille fact (most of witch we couldn't hear of have since forgotten). The grand finale of the Le Petite Train blue was the steep climb up to the Notre Dame De La Garde that sits high on the hilltop overlooking all of Marseille. After a walk around the grounds we departed the petite train and boarded the real train to word Cannes. Cannes is rich and famous and it makes no excusses about it. ...