Le Grand Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... much following the train line so the views were not all that spectacular. it seemed to take forever and we started to worry about our cruise. I was following the route on google maps and could see us getting closer, but very slowly. Finally, after an hour and a half we stopped in Nice, still 2.5kms from the boat. Quite do-able in our match fit walking condition, but Ken though we should power walk/run.
We were walking along the promenade, with beautiful views ...
... the person he wanted to emulate at a school event, so he already knew some background on this legendary man. But the movie was well-done and informative. I felt better having some history of the troubled country we were soon to visit.
Our happy, sunny sojourn on the French Riviera over, we took a short flight to Zurich, where Sam's good friend from Switzerland, Yann Balleys, met us and hosted us in his impressively modern and green home.
After a long drive from Switzerland and through Italy we finally arrived in French Riviera. The scenery reminded me a bit of what I think Spain will be like, let's see if that changes once we actually go to Spain next month. The weather wasn't great, snow in Switzerland and rain and wind in both Italy and French Riviera. The cool thing was we got to have breakfast in Switzerland, lunch ...
Good Morning to a very cold beginning, but with sunshine, flat water, and beautiful view of Cannes and Vieux Port from a little under a mile away above my coffee cup. Ooh what a relief this is going to be, so a 20 minutes run. Around 10:30a.m. as we left the islands, and ambled across the shallow waters, into Vieux Port, I found myself silently crying, thankful and blessed for yet another wonderful trip, and safe return to Cannes. Oh how ...
... in Spain at the first station Port Bou. The landscape changes from flat marsh land to red rock dry cliffs facing the open sea in many little private enclaves passed by the train. Thus is simply superb and well worth the trip. ( See the photos) Both Jeff and I wanted to escape the tourist crowds and enjoy the culture of the region, and as soon as we arrive in Port Bou in Spain we felt at home, relaxed with the local spanish and a couple of young American backpackers. ...