Pierre & Vacances Residence Cannes Beach
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- Swimming pool
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... the person he wanted to emulate at a school event, so he already knew some background on this legendary man. But the movie was well-done and informative. I felt better having some history of the troubled country we were soon to visit.
Our happy, sunny sojourn on the French Riviera over, we took a short flight to Zurich, where Sam's good friend from Switzerland, Yann Balleys, met us and hosted us in his impressively modern and green home.
... walking the secure bow line forward, I threw the final stern line ashore to the waiting sailer from our neighbor. Not only did I throw the large heavy line, but I got it into the hands of the man ashore. I then took the other end and secured it to Milena, and began adjusting the length and tension, until Millie was evenly spaced away from the boat on the starboard, and had plenty of space on the port for another boat to "slip" in. ...
... super yachts bobbing along the coastline and high fashion stores lining the streets, living here definitely doesn't seem to bad.
Leaving the tour loop at the old town stop, we caught the changing of the guard at the palace and breath-taking views of the whole country from the mountains to the sea. We made our way through the narrow cobbled streets down to the aquarium, which houses a collection of sea-life from the Mediterranean and exotic locations. With exhibits ...
... to meet us, as promised (although it was full, so we had to wait for it to unload up the hill and come back). We followed the very precise directions to our apartment and found the key under the mat, as promised (the tide was turning!!). Our digs in Paris and the French Riviera had both been great (in different ways) but this place was special! With shells being a prominent feature of the decor (including a glass-topped table!) and the most incredible (varied) views from each ...
... too exciting, just mostly this guy that owned a kabob place that had wifi. But it made me feel like I actually lived there.
The next day we made our way to a local antique market. It sounds really boring, but I promise it wasn't. There really isn't anything better than searching through French antiques. I found these really amazing old postcards that were sent years ago from Cannes with, of ...