Garden Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins
... was mostly rocky so Cannes was more "traditional" and therefore pretty crowded with locals. The second day Andrew and I did our own things. He hiked in the local mountains and I sat at the beach all day. Literally all day. I saw the sunrise and sunset from the same spot just taking some time to think and ponder my own thoughts. A short post because not too much ...
... the town for a couple of hours before walking back to the campsite to pack up. We left for our long drive to Nice. Just before leaving Switzerland we had a very unpleasant surprise, a €30 toll tunnel! Not the nicest thing to come to. The area of Italy we entered into was beautiful. It was an alpine area with mountains and valleys and little villages scattered throughout. A very pretty drive. After paying three more tolls in Italy we set the ...
... We went to a view point, got lunch, wandered around to the port, got a drink and then lay on the beach as it was so hot. It looked like such an effort to go for a swim as the rocks ( as it was a rock/pebble beach, kind of like our rivers. Not kind on the feet ) just fell steeply to the water, so you had to fall in. But that wasn't the main problem, it ...
... 8000 Euros a square foot in some spots.
Another gorgeous day in the sunny Mediterranean!
Next we drove to a perfumery in France called Fragonard. The girl explained briefly in her charming French accent how the flower petals were collected and then steamed to make the perfumes essence. I bought a nice soap for Steve there. Nothing was overly perfume-y which I liked. The factory is very clean looking and is on a hilltop so it's also a very picturesque spot.
... towns have become glamorous resorts for sun-seekers who come for the beaches and the mild winters. The rich and famous over the course of a century vacationed here, some settled permanently. The independent Principality of Monacowent a step further in catering to the rich by establishing tax havens and the modern world's first gambling ...