Mercure Cannes Mandelieu
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Ahhh…the French Riviera! As the home of one of the most renowned film festivals in the world, it conjures images of all things magical, elegant, and glamorous. It does indeed deserve the reputation. We arrived by train from Carcassonne, and the last few miles of the trip were along the coastline, providing a spectacular introduction to the crystal-blue waters and sandy beaches of Cannes. Our apartment was superbly located among the bustling ...
... from "canna", a reed. Canua was probably the site of a small Ligurian port, and later a Roman outpost on Le Suquet hill, suggested by Roman tombs discovered here. Le Suquet housed an 11th-century tower which overlooked swamps where the city now stands. Most of the ancient activity, especially protection, was on the Lérins islands and the history of Cannes is the history of the islands. An attack by the Saracens in 891, who remained until the end of the 10th ...
... some plans to meet up with Jess & Shae then go for dinner. Our plans took a slight detour as we kept getting bottle after bottle of wine. Dinner went down the drain and everyone got pretty loose. Jess and I were drinking at quite a fast pace which ended in jess being put to bed post a vomit and me having several voms in the public toilets and our own. Awoke the next day to find jess had been so blind she was taken to hospital. Needless to say she spend the next day in ...
... definitely make this rendezvous happen. He also looks to be my age and he is married so we may have more to discuss anyway. My young friends are fun, but because they are students they are always concerned with how much something costs. I hope Fasail (the Algerian) will want to sit in a cafe and pay way too much for a coffee just because the experience is worth it!
My frustration with some of my young classmates is growing. The ...
... 20 minutes dithering over what to get. The pictures we're including we're taken sort of spur of the moment, but they clearly show what I am talking about. You can see various kinds of bread (the aroma alone will probably go right to your waistline), umpteen kinds of Napoleans, sweet rolls, cream filled delicacies, and elegant dinner rolls. What my hastily taken photos do not show is the opposite ...