Mercure Cannes Mandelieu
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of places around the area. The main one seemed to be Valensole which was a huge lavender farm.
First we went for a walk along the main street in Digne to see if there were any cool shops. There wasn’t as many as we thought. We found one really good shop that sold fudge, nougat, chocolate, and lavender products. We all bought a few things from here to take back home. I was starting to feel hunger pangs as I’d had breakfast a long time ago but decided ...
... documentaries in Cannes, one of the world’s most important film centers. Hence, there was no place in town for us to eat -- so we ate aboard..... sharing Gin/Tonics for aperitifs, and a wonderful bottle of "Chateau Robine" red to accompany our burgers, topped with yet more ceps. A delicious evening, and of course, the best of company, and the most beautiful classic boat ever. Thus ends yet another day of Milena paradise...... Bon ...
... then went back to Nice to regroup. We then went east and our first stop was the medieval village of Eze. This village was also carved into the mountainside and it was breathtaking. Elyse and I hiked to the peak of the village and saw some of the most picturesque views we've ever seen. We then continued east to the city state of Monaco/Monte Carlo. This area is incredibly wealthy and impressive. We ...
1) Funny Quotes from, one, Sean Hagarty:
A: In class we were going over the different names of buildings; the teacher wrote them on the board. One of them was "Batiment musulman" (muslim building - mosque). Sean turned to me and asked, "What is that muscleman word mean?".....Muslim, Sean, not Muscleman, Muslim.
B: Monday our teacher came into class with her arm in a sling. When i asked what happened (in French, by the ...
... is it ugly, it is perhaps the most inefficient and people unfriendly facility we have ever passed through. As we waited in line to board for the flight to Paris, we met a terrific family from Washington, DC, a husband, wife and four lovely daughters (sounds like Roger Adles). The dad realized 8 days before the flight that his passport had expired. He said he got hold of some sympathetic male at ...