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TripAdvisor Reviews Les Genevriers Cannes
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... to get along with your crew, but according to this captain... no way.
We pushed through in Cannes. We were joined by about 10 teenagers onboard one night, having to serve them.. Hanging on to the last bits of energy I had. Another night we made it back onboard moments before the guests arrived back haha! The vibe started dwindling here, mainly amongst the crew.
... to my travels I was in desperate need of another shower. Bugger. Next step was to brave the roads to Cannes and the infamous French Rivera. It was only 30k away so was no problem. Well that was until we had to pay 4 lots of tolls to get on the freeway, get of the freeway, get into town and get out again. Totalled about 10€ of tolls! no wonder there is no tax in Monaco. Went for a walk around Cannes and it was time for lunch where amongst ...
... his 2 kids without getting married. His sisters princess Caroline and Stephanie who were equally scandalous.
The palace was not too big but equally nicely decorated. It was abit like London palace we went (?) they had rooms which were richly decorated in their colors - the red room, the blue room etc. definitely not as opulent though.
The old town was not too large too, though the whole place atop ...
... that we saw some fireworks while they played cheesy European music in the backround.
Didn't do much. Hung around this morning and got to pet my adoring cat fans and went swimming. Oh! And I finished Dracula, which is a very good book, I recommend it.
After our lazy morning we walked around the coastal town. Dad and I took a quick dip in the Mediterranean and finished it off with the cold water from the wash-off-all-the-sand station.
... some potential alternatives and spoke with a local to find the better part of town.
Patience is important when you first visit any new city, and preparation is key - grrrrr !!!!!. We ended up in the centre of Avignon, within the enclosed stone walls of the original city where the ‘French’ pope once lived. (Avignon is well known for "Le Palais des Pape". We did not have time to see the Pope’s Palace, though ...