Ibis Cannes Plage La Bocca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a whole heap to do on it but I enjoyed being away from the all the people, cars and high rise buildings. Every now and again there were areas on the island were there were no people and I enjoyed the serenity! The island reminded me a lot of the Victor Harbor area for some reason. Maybe it was the pines and hot dry pine aroma. We walked across to the fort first to take a look. It was about 6 euros to get in to have a look. It was quite a nice old fort. I think it must ...
... 18th century, the Spanish and British both tried to gain control of the Lérins Islands, but were chased away by the French. The islands were later controlled by many, such as Jean-Honoré Alziary, and the Bishop of Fréjus. The islands had many different purposes; at the end of the 19th century, one was a hospital for soldiers in the Crimean War. At the end of the 19th century, several railways were completed. This prompted the arrival of streetcars. In ...
... my Avanti but the liked the zipp wheels. The older of the two guys said that he was an pro in his younger days and he had just been up to the Col de Galiber and done the 200km loop that we are planning to do next week. If he can do it at 75, we should be able to do it. After this stop we headed off down the road. We missed a turn that we needed to make because we were too busy talking about the guys we had just ...
If you take a ferry from the Vieux Port (Old Port) in Cannes, one of the places you can go is to the Ile Saint Honorat, an island housing a Cistercian Monastery, and the ruins of a castle. There are no automobiles (but they do have Internet!) and the Monks grow grapes in their vineyards and make some spectacular wine. They also make numerous ...
... kept us busy for a while. Since 1955, the Monaco Grand Prix has been run along the streets in Monaco and yes, we did drive along the streets where it all happens and some of the chicanes (boundaries) and road markings are there permanently. Maybe it is to stop tourists trying to be silly driving the streets in check. We decided to go an organised day trip here because we wanted to get out of town a little and see some of the hillside towns that border ...