Ibis Cannes Plage La Bocca
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Travel Blogs from Cannes
... enough harbor and dock so we are tendered in. That means we get on a small boat to deliver us to the dock. The system is pretty good, they have you go to the theater, get a boarding pass and wait for your number. Both days have been quick and painless...probably the worst thing about tendering is watching the very old people with canes, some with a serious form of affliction or even wheelchairs get put on the tender. It is frightening to watch ...
After another big night out, a group of us planned to go to Cannes for the day. Unfortunately for us, the weather wasn't its usual self and all we could think about was food. It's safe to say none of us were feeling too fresh but any day with these girls is a good day. We wondered round Cannes looking in the windows of all the big names, ...
... ball enthusiasts. It's early may so end of spring for the French, the sun is shining, the weather is warm with a cool breeze, they're saying its 20 degrees Celsius but the beach and pools are packed. This place just has that Miami party beach vibe to it. Our hotel, Le palais de mediteranenne is on the main promenade right on the beach, so far the service has been good and the staff all speak English, which will come in handy when we venture out to purchase a stroller! On our long ...
... hard life.. NOT! haha. Late afternoon, I went into Cannes with Christine to have a look around the shops, and she took me to a shop called WVK(?).. and it was a clothes shop with a lot of reasonable priced clothes! However what caught me most by surprise was finding the mark "MOODY'S".. I couldn't help but pick up a singlet top with the MOODY's Label!! I'm FAMOUS! haha. (not quite).
On Friday I went to Ventimiglia in Italy to check out ...
... access to specific vehicles….buses, for example. We were at the western end and making our way to the restaurant when we noticed a lady of at least three score years and ten turning very slowly into the pedestrian area. We thought nothing of it as she was clearly determined and, we assumed, in possession of one of those remote gizmos that drop the bollards. She lined up her mini city car with the street centre and rolled forward slowly ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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