ResidHotel Villa Maupassant
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... when we were walking to the car park this morning they had followed us but lost us when we turned to go down the car park. They went to the beach but couldn't see us there either so they ended up spending the day in Cannes, going shopping and swimming on the beach. We spent the next little while at the hotel before heading out again. We really needed to do some washing so we all traipsed down to the laundry place with our clothes in our backpacks. We manage to stuff ...
... and Pompeii. 3 full throttle days again. So back to today. After a slow lazy start, we decided to tender off and wander around Cannes. There was a little tour train at the marina that took you to the main attractions so on we hopped. Now you need to know that we have a talent of bringing rain with us anywhere. We break droughts. Today Cannes was no exception. Just like every time we've been to Cairns, the rains came. No, ...
... many towns along the way, however the fortified village of Entrevaux with its pack horse bridge made for a great afternoon coffee stop. On reaching the Riviera and Monaco we were in another world entirely. Every bit of space crowded with palatial houses and hotels, Ferraris, Mercedes and rollers in abundance, and on the water the largest yachts we have seen. We had dinner ...
... This weekend I went to Cannes to visit my friend
Ben who is doing a work placement there. His lifestyle seems rather more glamorous than mine! I
booked the train for 18 07 in order to get there as soon as I could, bearing in
mind we get to the town at 17 30 it was cutting it fine...of course this time
we had the slow bus driver who goes around the backstreet instead of taking the
dual carriageway...no idea why.
Anyway so I got on the tram and headed to ...
... WHERE WERE WE GOING TO STAY?! However, on this occasion it was fine and we were able to look around the old town of Arles before moving on to the area inland between Cannes and St. Tropez. Well, you’ve got to have a look haven’t you when they are so famous! Eventually we found another fairly basic site after a near disaster. I found a site in our camp site book in a nature reserve so emailed them (in French – I hope you’re ...