Suite Novotel Cannes Centre
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... review on AirBnB. It's closer to how I imagine a half-way house than a vacation rental. C'est la vie...or so they say.
It was late and I was tired and starving. I had asked Caroline about where I could get something to eat and as much as I could get out of her was that there was a market on the corner that was open late. Not at all what I had in mind, but I was desperate so went in and gathered up some bottled water, a little quiche in a cardboard tray, and a bottle of ...
... They are having a boat show here next week so were getting set up for that. We didn't go and look inside the marina but did see a lot of very large boats moored there. We tried to get inside a casino to see what it was like but didn't have our passports with us and they wouldn't let us in. Probably a good thing.
We went down a side street and then along another street where ...
... Belle Cherie and the body moisturiser which smells sooo nice! (I could smell that one lol although I double checked with Gemski to make sure it did smell good haha) We left about 11am and headed to Nice. It was such a nice warm day. Gem, Ella, Jordyn, Abbey and I just walked around the city and took some photos and just chilled. We had crepes for lunch, I had a seafood one which wasn't bad and Jordyn and Abbey's were nice too. In the afternoon ...
... Lasagne for tea
at Ben's friend’s house also a Nottingham student with two other girls from
Nottingham living in Cannes, turned out we had no milk for the white sauce...so
ended up using chicken stock...it wasn’t as bad as it may sound!!! Then we
cracked open some champagne and wine before heading out. We walked along 'la
Croisette' which is the sea front in Cannes, with all the posh hotels etc, and
ended up at a club called Baoli. It was ...
... budget though so we sat back and decided we need consider this night a splurge and just accept what comes in terms of money.
Nat ordered what she had been absolutely craving which was icecream. The biggest, greatest, most unbelievable sundae that was unbeatable, even though the little French girl at a nearby table finished hers off like it was an appetizer. The waiters laughed as Sophie and I tried to refuse help to a struggling Nat, determined that ...