Ibis Cannes Plage La Bocca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We all really enjoyed ourselves and are thankful that nothing went wrong. In my opinion, I really liked Italy and can even picture myself living there. Mom said she really liked the trip but is ready to go home. We all agreed that it would be nice to rent a place for a week or so, just to be able to cook ourselves and not go out as much (we find that tiring). Lake Como would be the perfect spot. The country side of Italy is a ...
... such as the Boulevard Carnot, the rue d'Antibes and the Carlton Hotel on the Promenade de la Croisette were carried out. After the closure of the Casino des Fleurs (hôtel Gallia), a luxury establishment was built for the rich winter clientele, the Casino Municipal next to the pier Albert-Edouard. This casino was demolished and replaced by the new Palace in 1979. With the 20th century came new luxury hotels such as the Miramar and the Martinez. The city was ...
... which meant the time went very quickly. Greg bought lunch in the bistro car – chicken wraps, iced tea and a small tin of Pringles, having eaten most of our lunch pack for breakfast, as well as the strawberries from yesterday which were very tasty. We also indulged in some of the Belgian Chocolates we had bought in Ypres. The trip was without a stop for the first four hours until Marseille-Provence, 3 hours before Nice. And our carriage was quite full. Then we ...
... blades. Turns out I can’t roller blade for ****! I mean I made it up and down the coast very awkwardly for a couple of kilometers, with many very near face plants! The beach is very pretty but it doesn’t have any sand, all pebbles and rocks. After a couple of hours in the heat I was drenched in sweat and returned the skates. I was pretty tired after that ordeal so we rested up for a bit and enjoyed some cigars on the balcony. ...
... including soap and lavender sachets. We took in the castle first and climbed the 100 steps to the very top. The steps are very rough except for the area where feet have stepped for hundreds of years - they are worn smooth. The views at the top were spectacular and ranged from somewhere close to St. Raphael to the west and ...