Garden Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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It rains just over 60 days each year in Nice, France and that had to occur while we were visiting. We managed to see some sunshine in the morning and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Our time was spent eating the local food such as gelato :). Enjoyed getting to know people on our bus tour better and seeing more of France. Visited a perfumery on our way to Monaco the second smallest country. We spent one evening in Monaco visiting the casinos and royal palace. Off to Italy ...
... as they were all automatic. Found Cannes, unfortunately this was our first day of not the best weather so was a bit cold and windy. Had crepes for lunch, yum, and wandered around the little streets and shops. Was nice but not as nice as Monaco, and a little disappointed with the Palais des festivals, where the film festival is held. The locals call the building the bunker and they would be right! More amazing super yachts though, so we wandered ...
... she calls, leaning through the passenger window to shake hands. "Bien! The apartemente does not have its own parking, but maybe you will be lucky and the guest space will be free. If not, you will need to park tonight on the roadside.Follow me, please."
The security gates drift open, and we power up the approach drive and into a shaded breezeway. Virginie unfolds from her vehicle, young, tanned, tall. and takes off her Jackie O sunglasses, hanging them ...
... The drive also took us through more stunning villages (are there any ugly ones?) such as Gault and Bonnieux, built into another cliff face and perched high on a hill. We enjoyed the drive into Lour Marin passing by stunning limestone rockface.
Today we were heading for Cannes. Gwynney told us to take a turn at "Mandy Lou" (sounded very dinky) which turned out to be Mandelieu.
Well we actually arrived in Cannes and pulled up at the hotel - no mean feat ...
... Prince. Prince Albert II is currently reigning. It was originally constructed by the Genoese in 1215. It harbors the splendid tracing of 7 centuries of uninterrupted sovereignty. Everyday at 11:55 the traditional ritual of the changing of the guard attracts thousands of spectators.
Next on the list was the Cathedral of Monaco. We heard the bells chiming from in front of the Palace. It was built with white stone between 1875 and ...