Ibis Hotel - Le Cannet
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... the water in bare feet. The water does tend to be a bit flatter than our turbulent ocean though. There are various Cafes on the beach that hire out sun beds, most for the princely sum of 7e, and you can buy meals and drinks while you sit under the blue and white striped umbrellas. We ended up walking nearly 14kms up and back the riviera and then back through the old town area with its narrow streets and hundreds ...
... decided to try our luck in the Monte-Carlo Casino! Monaco, a city that is truly beautiful yet we found it very odd to see no locals! It was almost a ghost-city! However once you get to the Casino, all the fancy and expensive cars are all on show! From Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Bughatti's.. You really do get a sense of how much money is in this area! So all looking dressed up in our heels & dresses we ventured into ...
To be honest I don't know where to start. I think I fell in love the second I got off the train. We have just spent the most wonderful glorious 2 days in Monaco and to say I am smitten is quite the understatement.
We arrived around 2ish on Sunday afternoon and as luck would have it, the Novotel was a 2 minute walk from the train station so off we trotted to check in and begin our luxurious 2 night birthday celebration of my gorgeous husband at the Novotel. So excited. ...
... a little more planning before our lift arrived to take us to our next destination.
Before we arrived, we were told to be careful of the French people, that they can be rude and arrogant but we experienced nothing of the sort. We found the everyone to be friendly, helpful and kind. There were often times that we needed to ask for help and we always found someone who was happy to. France is a great country, if I wasn't so excited about heading to Italy, I'd probably be sad to ...
... want to make a purchase but we went too fast for them to do so, oh well you miss out. The visit to Nice was short and sweet, after the market we had a quick walk through the streets which looked so lovely with all of their cafés and locals relaxing and just enjoying the day. Back on the bus and off to Eze we go. We take the coastal road which has the best views for overlooking the houses on the cliff faces that drop away to the ocean. We arrive at Eze and ...