Radisson Blu 1835 Hotel & Thalasso
Travel Blogs from Cannes
When we arrived, I was blown away by how clean and nice it was! It was something that was hidden from the majority of tourists. The sun beamed down on us with no clouds in the sky "C'est la vie", parking up near the yachts we wandered around having no idea where we were or where to go. I can't stop admiring and taking places of the places I see; it doesn't feel as if this trip is real, it's amazing but I am dreading the editing process. ...
... on a large screen with waves rolling in underneath it, while having my feet buried in the soft sand, guaranteed a two thumbs up review in my book.
On my way back to Nice the first evening of the festival, I began a conversation with another attendee seated next to me on the train. Discussing how films are sold, bought, and distributed was a topic I was eager to learn more about from an insider. The conversation twisted from how movie theaters compete with ...
... but I guess in summer they must be busy. Still seems a ridiculous notion to me that anyone can own a stretch of the beach....surely it belongs to everyone? Lots of designer and brand names in this boulevarde and if you want to buy anything, you better have the big bucks baby! We return to the hotel and book our Roma accommodation, then go out again for dinner. We have found Cannes so far, very uninspiring, although our hotel is very nice. Still, tomorrow, all roads lead to ...
... bought limo cell from some organic gardener .good stuff . The walks are well worth the effort as the views of the towns and the water stunning . The steps to start and finish are real gut busters but nice walking in between. Just a lovely place to stay ,town had loads of resturants all selli g the same food . Sick of Italian food .they can't make a decent salad with every thing . Would love some avocado olives cucumber and red peppers . Salads consist ...
... thing I noticed, was that they are totally obsessed by the British. The Union Jack appeared to be everywhere, adorned across wares in various stores, on everything from cushions to handbags. Upon touching down in Luton and on the subsequent drive to London, my eyes scanned over the lush green English fields from the coach window. You couldn't pay me to change my nationality. Unless of course I was French.
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