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We woke early & headed out to discover Cannes.
It was Sunday morning and the sun was shining we drove to Le Croisette (the promenade).
We walked along the water front enjoying the gorgeous morning.We then headed up through the town and discovered the fresh food market. We bought fig & nut bread that we shared & bought apples to eat. The ...
... rich to take us out on the water. We learned some history about the film festival and the town. We went down to the medieval old town of Le Suquet where the castle is and you got a great viewpoint of the entire town, yachts, beaches, and harbor. After we were done with the train tour, we went to La Malmatson, which used to be apart of the original Grand Hotel. It was built in 1863 and used to be residential annex to the Grand Hotel until the hotel ...
We apologize for our delay in posts for the past few days, we've been too busy soaking in the sun and swimming in the Mediterranean. Since our last post, our travels have gone as follows:
We left Lyon for Marseille at around 930am. It must be noted that our actual departure time was 730 am and required us to be at the station 30 minutes in advance. Still getting used to this whole "Europe time" theme where your transport might leave at ...
... 8364;5 and got €8.32 back ... WINNNING !!! Yay :D. We later enjoyed a €16 drink because we were in the Monte Carlo and why not. Jake and Todd got the James Bond martini's and meg and I got cosmopolitans. There's tasted like petrol and our was a lovely cranberry delight! Meg, jake and Todd all put €10 each on the black jack table. Both meg and jake bombed out on the first round and again on the first round after wasting another ...
... are some really good deals. This is where the locals shop. So that's what we did. Naturally, there was another delightful Boulanger/patisserie so we picked up stuff for lunch and treats to snack on. Of course, when we returned to the garage we couldn't find our car. We walked each floor of the garage looking. It took us s good fifteen minutes. We figure the walking will cancel out the calories from the pastries we bought. We'll go to Eze next ...