ResidHotel Villa Maupassant
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... the usual bistro and catering for the rich and famous with mains at E85 so we quietly slipped away, finding our comfort zone at the other more friendly and considerably less pricey eatery. Menu du jour (3 courses) for E30 and Guy insisting he have the full monty, but then struggling a bit to finish. Petite friture (whitebait) and fresh fish or veal (o dear, how mean of us) and tarte au pomme or boules de glaces to finish. Views to die for overlooking Cannes and the ...
Got up at 6.30 and went to breakfast on roof to. Checked out and walked to Station. Got earlier train. Went along moving platform. Lovely trip. Changed at Ventimelia and walk nearly to the sea. Saw pet shop. Train went right along Coast and thro tunnels. Stopped at Nice MonteCarlo Menton. All beautiful places. Walked from station to the hotel. rue Des Flauvettes. Hotel Beau Sejourv room bit ready dons at in foyer ...
... hill that housed the original settlement on another and a river that is now covered over on the third side. Here the houses and buildings are 100's of years old. There are colourful markets including a famous flower market. There are numerous churches and many many many places to eat.
The meeting place for the ride was on the beach and then a short walk back to the shop to collect the bikes. We were all given a b-twin folding bike to ride which ...
... so had to run
to catch another train bound for Nice which was of course packed. I was crammed
in a corner but managed to dose off, being dark there was nothing exciting to
view from the window and my iPod battery was dead. By the end of this I was not
impressed by the French railway system and wondering why on earth everyone
talks about the TGV etc as if it’s amazing......
On arrival in Cannes, Ben met me at the station
... was to visit the latter and do the coastal drive one day and Cannes the second day. Visiting St. Tropez proved to be a nightmare. As we got to the outskirts the traffic slowed to a standstill and we travelled 47 miles in 4 hours. That, coupled with the heat, did not give us a good day. I looked longingly at the beaches as we passed them knowing we didn’t have a hope in hell’s chance of parking and enjoying any of it. We hoped Cannes might be ...