ResidHotel Villa Maupassant
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... hiring or buying snorkelling gear. Apparently there was a shop around the corner that sold gear, however we had a look and it wasn't particularly cheap so we thought we'd give it a miss. The boat had just pulled in after we arrived at the boarding area so we didn't have to wait long. It was only a 10 - 15 minute trip to the island. As at Marseille, going out to the island there were great views looking back at Cannes.
It was quite a nice little island. There ...
... coffee. Lady came and talked about Camino. Gerry called. Dates no good. Having ton reorganise dates asked Leonie to come over. Went for walk to fronts saw PalaisbDesvFestivals where they hold all the Cannes Film festival. Looked at boats and walked along wall. Watched ll the beautiful and famous people go onto the pier for the Yacht awards. Walked back to hotel through little lanes filledvwithbrestaurants. Lovely ...
... t had a chance to meet anyone at our hostel but we did meet two cats that look almost identical to our cats Comet and Libby! This weekend is their independence day long weekend so the city is flooded with people on vacation. We are waiting for our train, eating Chinese food, watching TV and enjoying the parade of uniformed officers of all kind in Paris. Again, we are glad we came but are ready to move on! More updates to ...
... to a bar for cocktails, which was a lovely time to catch up on the
last 4 months. The next day being tired after the working week we slept in
until 12 30pm! The weather wasn't too great so we decided to head to Monaco/Monte
Carlo. It cost us 17euro return which was not bad and the train journey was
spectacular between Nice and Monaco, as it travels along the coast and through
the Provenšal coastal towns/posh houses etc. In Monte Carlo we headed straight
... which reminded me a lot of Boogie Wonderland in Wellington!!- However the Drink prices were insane!.. I went to buy Simon and I just a vodka mixer (think it was vodka and pineapple) and got charged 22Euro for 2 drinks... thats 11Euro a drink.. thats $17 NZD a drink!!!!!! - you can see why we only bought one drink haha.
We then went onto a club called Etoile. It was awesome because they DJ put on the club song (welcome to Etoile..) and all of ...