Excelsuites Hotel - Residence
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... weather was going to be perfect today. Took the tender to the port and grabbed a streetmap to find our way around. Having read a guide to Cannes we knew where the best viewpoints were so we headed there first while it was still relatively early. I love Cannes, it's such a beautiful, glamorous place. We strolled the narrow streets, admiring the array of shops then went for a bite to eat. Got back to the ship ...
... of museums as well as my museum studies.
After lunch and some sight-seeing, we went to the Fragonard Factory. They gave us a guided tour of the factory (in English) and explained how perfume is made (and what makes fine French Perfume so expensive). Of course, I got myself some perfume. I learned that I enjoy floral scents rather than fruity scents. For my first French perfume I chose the signature Fragonard which includes: petite (small)-grains, ...
... French pro cyclist), into rebuilding his bike. The rest of us took great pleasure in watching the two of them build the bike while enjoying our coffee and trying to get our technology to work, with no success! Anthony must have felt sorry for us because he decided to take three of us into the Chadstone shopping centre of Nice to get a great deal on SIM cards. The only issue with this was two of us needed to ...
... anniversary. They laughed and joked about whether they would do it all over again, then said yes, they would. We all four kept wondering where the years had gone, and so fast. My now very dear friend, Fraser Cole, from Travelpod, who has reached out and helped me when I got stuck trying to put this blog together and upload it for all of you. And, of course, our wonderful Madame Henry. Working in a high pressure ...
... get 4 shuttles down to the tram stop. As usually happens with such a big group we inevitably all split up but knew to meet at the bust stop for our trip to Eze Village, a mountainside village that had medieval architecture and amazing views of the bays of nice. First though we wandered around the cobbled streets of Old Town nice. There were the standard ancient structures but also a good deal of modern art sculpture which made for an interesting feel. Next ...