Written by:Students
Date posted:December 11, 2007
Posted in:Home / Locations / France / Antibes / Why I love Antibes!

Why I love Antibes!

Antibes is a charming town on the French Riviera. There is everything we need to enjoy a nice life. For instance the little café where we can drink an espresso, talking, while our face is warmed by the sunbeams. My god, everything is perfect!

If you do not believe it, read the following… I will describe a full day in Antibes!

To start with, I would like to relate a day during the week when I go to school as I am participating to a 3 month language stay.

At 8 o’clock, my alarm rings, it is not unpleasant as the sun is already shining. Then I take a short shower being enticed by a smell! Mmh… It‘s the smell of a coffee!

School starts at 8.45. The lessons go very quickly because of the very good teachers who always organise different courses, so it is never boring… Futhermore, we can notice that they are working with their heart!

For lunch we have the choice. If we don’t want to stay at the school’s restaurant, we can go to the old town where there are many cafés, restaurants with sunny terraces. During the afternoon courses, we speak a lot and the groups are smaller and really great to make some progress in conversational French.

After afternoon class, the day is not over yet ! you can even say that another one starts: the evenings here are very lively and there are lots of places to go out to !!!

Well, I could say a lot more but really, see for yourself, Antibes is a place one has to visit at least once in a lifetime !!

Stefanie

Comments

  1. Zoey

    It sounds like you’re really enjoying Antibes Stefanie – thats great! I loved it too! 🙂 You should check out some of the cafes and restaurants down by the beach too, there is always an awesome variety of ‘menu du jours’ and gorgeous views across the Mediterranean!

    Posted December 11, 2007 at 3:11 pm
  2. Liv

    Hi Stefanie!

    I can recommend you to visit Juan-les-Pins if you have a day off. I was there for holidays and I thought it was amazing! It´s near Antibes, Cannes, Nice, St. Tropez and other mondain places in the Côte d´Azur. And you can take the train to visit them all! The trains goes along the rocky coast of the Côte d´Azur and the views are absolutely breathtaking! The final destination of this train is just over the Italian border in a small town called Ventimiglia. Well I can go on and on about the Côte d´Azur, but as you said; you have to see for yourself!

    Posted December 18, 2007 at 12:42 pm
  3. Chris

    Hi Stephanie,

    I lived in Antibes last year from January until April…. Why didn’t I run into you and your lovely smile????

    Chris

    Posted January 10, 2008 at 4:36 am

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