ResidHotel Les Coralynes
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... example of medieval church architecture. We wound our way down the hill, aware of the time we had to be back in Cannes. The car park shuttle should have come every 15 minutes, we were waiting nearly 30 minutes. So we did not actually hit the road back to Cannes until about 3.15pm for a trip that would take 90 minutes.
Long story short....we made the second last tender boat back to the ship. What should have been a ...
... the south of France producing creative works. There were not much art to see but the sea view there was magnificent!
It was a very hot and sunny day. We had late lunch and drove into Cannes where we were staying for a couple of nights at a rented flat with seaview.
... grand auditorium where they play films during the film festival and walked along all the handprints of different actors. Saw Cameron Diaz, Michael Douglas, and Whoopi Goldberg etc. We then grabbed a spot on the beautiful sandy beach and ate our lunch and tanned. After a while we figured we head up the little mountain there to get a view of Cannes before making our way back to Nice. We got back to Nice, packed up our stuff and made our way to the airport and off to Barcelona. Au Revoir ...
... and hotels. On 3 November 2011 it played host to the G20 organization of industrialised nations. HISTORY By the 2nd century BC the Ligurian Oxybii established a settlement here known as Aegitna. Historians are unsure what the name means. The area was a fishing village used as a port of call between the Lérins Islands. In 69 AD it became the scene of violent conflict between the troops of Othos and Vitellius. In the 10th century the town was known as Canua. The name ...
... ended up staying at a lovely village along the national park area of "Cinque Terre", called Monterosso. There are five villages perched on tiny cliff bound inlets lapped by azure-blue sea, Riviera de Levante. We didn't have time this trip, but next time we will take a local ferry between the 5 villages, and take the walk back which takes a few hours I am told, but worthwhile in particular half way along where you can climb the 385 steps to Santa Maria Corniglla with ...