Sunset Hotel

Address: 1300, Avenue du Canyon, Le Cannet, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06110, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1300, Avenue du Canyon, Le Cannet, is near Place de la Comedie, Parc Zoologique Henri de Lunaret, Jardin des Plantes, and Pic St-Loup.
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Travel Blogs from Le Cannet

Paris

A travel blog entry by thetonies on May 31, 2015

1 comment, 31 photos

... de-belting, potentially shoes
off – Toni enjoyed a full pat down and all computer gear separated we made our
way through to the café with every other person waiting for a flight. On the
plane for approximately an hour and we were in Orly Paris. Shereen (our second
demi pair) had agreed to pick us and take us to our hotel so once we found each
other (not as easy as Wellington airport as it depends which terminal let alone
which hall) we headed into ...

Nom de Plume

A travel blog entry by qdeux on May 29, 2015

I can not find my toothbrush this morning
I seek it here
I seek it there
I seek it everywhere.

Perhaps someone broke in and stole it while we were sleeping.
people will steal anything.
That's why I write under nom de plume

We keep it all private
And no feral pigs were slaughtered o make this blog

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Lezan wild Camp spot next to a fantastic bakers!

A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 22, 2015

... me a cherry toot. I arrive at our pick up point a few hours later having covered 43 hot miles being buffeted by this wind that keeps following us everywhere! Tonight we stop in Lezan opposite a bakers. I treat me to a lovely Framboise tart and will take fresh bread onboard tomorrow before heading off to catch a ...

Nimes - where denim originated.

A travel blog entry by hethncol on Apr 30, 2015

13 photos

... in the 17th century. Merchants traded mainly in woollen cloth and silk. Then cotton was imported and then indigo, a dye plant grown in Italy that was an economical source of a fine blue colour. ' Serge de Nimes' was developed, a cloth whose strength was conferred by oblique weaving with at least two threads. Nimes negotiated exports of serge via traders in New York. Thus 'blue de Genes' (Genoan blue) was anglicised phonetically and ...

Spain and South of France

A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jul 29, 2014

50 photos

... on stopping for one or two nights as where we first parked had signs saying we were forbidden to stay so we joined some other motor home travellers parked up doing the same as us..free camping. Rich was just guiding me into position when I was approached by a chap who said to me " your not allowed to park here, no room for Kiwi's" I did laugh. This will be our first night since being away that we will get to have a conversation with someone other than ourselves. We have been ...