Suite Novotel Cannes Centre
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... was taking passengers back - this boat wasn't. We had seen a boat leave but it was for a totally different company. Obviously it didn't matter. The next boat wouldn't be in for another hour. We were a bit annoyed as we weren't told that it would be a different company boat. Well, we decided we may as well go for a swim here after all. A walk to the left of the harbour was a beach where most people were residing. It still didn't really have sand - just sawdust stuff and ...
Last weekend was amazing! On Friday night, I went out to eat in Cannes with my study abroad group. On Saturday, I visited St. Tropez by boat on an excursion through CIC. In order to learn how to use the buses, my director organized a day trip to Grasse.
On Friday night, my study abroad decided to eat out in some of the amazing cafes of Cannes. We managed to find one that was reasonably priced and could accommodate our large group. Eight of us sat at one ...
... a little shabby with road works at every street corner. What I once described as my favourite city now holds little attraction in comparison to Troyes, London or Monte Carlo.
We headed off to visit friends in Condrieu which is en route to Monte Carlo and only 30 miles south of Lyon. I haven't seen Unna and Lewis Whiting for 30 years. We arrived at ...
... many people everywhere that we decided to just go meet up with Elena's boyfriend and chilled out at a cafe on the beach before heading back to Nice. We were all feeling really lazy.. so headed out to Waynes bar in old nice for a burger and beer for dinner. What a cool bar! I definitely feel it could become my local hangout when I come back to work on the superyachts next summer season!!
The next morning was spent booking trains.. ...
Here are some highlights from the past week (more in come in part 2 and 3):
1) Thursday most of our group took the 20 minute ferry ride to L'ile St.Honorat. It's an island off the cost of Cannes, which houses an ancient monastery and world famous vineyard. Apparently, in their spare time between praying and blessing the host, the monks make wine. We were also told that they make beer, but that it's not very good. I took about 200 pictures there; i've ...