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Apartment wall with a painting of boats and the word "Welcome"

My apartment in Antibes is located in a residential building, just across the street from the ocean. From our third-floor balcony, we can see the ocean and enjoy the late afternoon sun. Every roommate group in CEA has an apartment in a different building in the town, and I have come to love mine. 

Imagine your grandparents' home in a Mediterranean area. That’s what my apartment is. It is well-furnished, with sturdy teak cabinets and wooden dressers. The windows facing the sun have blinds that raise and lower, providing more than adequate shading. We also have glass doors across the sun-facing wall, so our apartment has a lot of natural lighting. The living room is big enough to work out in, and my roommate Kylie and I even did one the other day.  

It is also perfectly located so that we are not in the middle of the bustling town, but we are not a far walk away. It only takes about 10 minutes to walk to the bus stop that takes us right to SKEMA Business School. Even better, we are within a two-minute walk to the beach. There is a pharmacy, market, and liquor store (drinking age here is18), right below our building. 

Antibes living. I could get used to this!

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