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... phone or email and they only go out at 10am and 2pm or something. So we walked back to our room, buying some milk and cereal on the way.
Mike and Kyria were having breakfast downstairs so we went up and had breakfast, changed into bathers, packed a bag before heading back down the stairs. Mike and Kyria were now nowhere to be seen. We walked up and down a bit but we had to get Eli's sunnies out the car so we went there and then came back to the hotel. Eli ran up ...
... an understatement. While we were sitting in a slightly covered small train, at the top point of Cannes, a thunderstorm hit. The train started sliding down the steep descent, cafe awnings were blowing away and lightening was striking all around us. The rain was so heavy we couldn't even see the ship from the marina. Matthew was worried it had left, so once the skies cleared we headed back to it ASAP. And that was Cannes, ...
... have to pay. On the positive side the phone still works and we did have a laugh about it (or it would have been a cry). So this morning we got up and booked our tickets to Nice (thank goodness for Nicole's conversational French!) and have been chatting to canadians and an old french lady who kept rambling on and was obsessed with my British magazine. We will arrive around 6pm with the intension of dinner somewhere nice and a beach day tomorrow. Update you more soon I'm sure :) Tasha ...
... bearing in mind i had to
print my tickets from the machine...i arrive around 17 40, pleased I had plenty
of time, only to find the train was delayed by 40mins, at the time I was not
impressed as that meant getting to Cannes even later. It turned out that at 18
07 I was still in the queue to print my tickets..so all in all, a blessing in
disguise. When I had printed out the tickets and the train finally arrived all
was well, I had missed my connection train ...
... to Alisons, before Simon and I caught the train through to Antibes for the Afternoon. It was a bit of a grey afternoon, and Antibes seemed so quiet after having seen it during summer... but we stopped at the amazing gelato place and got some gelato anyway! YUM! ( I swear it is the best in the world!). So after a bit of a stroll around the old town and the port, we headed back to Nice and started to work out a plan of attack for the following ...