Hotel La Villa Tosca
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we went on countryside tour. Full 8hrs went to Cannes where they hold film festival just missed finished Sunday. On to Grasse a 12th century village just like you see in the movies cobbled streets to narrow for cars to drive through old wooden doors had lunch at Gourdon an old village with views over the Alps then on to Tourrettes Sur Loupan a medieval village ...
... I spent most of the next hour in the water. I think the water has more salt content over here as I can float no problems!
We hurried across to catch the next boat and managed to catch this one! We wandered back to the hotel popping into a few of the shops on the way. We had the key to the hotel all day so we were hoping Mike and Kyria weren't sitting out the front waiting for us. But they weren't there. About 15 minutes after we arrived back they came back as ...
... But it was free...there was no way you could pay. It's only 1.50 Euros anyway. From Eze sur Mer we had to take another bus up the mountain to the village, with many hairpin turns. It is a lovely town with the typical narrow streets with fabulous views. At the very top is the Jardin Exotique, a garden full of cacti and succulents from the Mediterranean area, Africa and the Americas. There are beautiful sculptures done by one artist but I didn't get his name. ...
... an understatement. While we were sitting in a slightly covered small train, at the top point of Cannes, a thunderstorm hit. The train started sliding down the steep descent, cafe awnings were blowing away and lightening was striking all around us. The rain was so heavy we couldn't even see the ship from the marina. Matthew was worried it had left, so once the skies cleared we headed back to it ASAP. And that was Cannes, ...
... the crowds waned we couldn't resist venturing into the Molinard perfume store to sample the scents and left with a small bottle of citrus spray. Our other treat came in the form of glace from Fenocchio, where the menu board is lined with a hundred ice cream flavours like olive, lemon meringue, tomato, avocado, violet and basil. We tried a scoop of pistachio and a scoop of rhubarb.
Since the ice cream sat fairly well in our stomachs, we decided we were safe to ...