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Headed out packed up this morning for the train station to pick up the hire car. We decided to try out the tramway for $1.50 euro each to save us 5 city blocks with the heavy packs on our backs. This was a quick and easy and my back appreciated it! We headed in the wrong direction once off the tram but a lovely local lady rescued the confused looking strangers standing on the street corner. I was surprised that the car hire pickup was as easy as it was - there was no pushy ...
This morning we have arrived in a new destination. Although Roisin and I have been to France many times before, we have never visited Cannes, on the French Riviera. Home to many famous artists through the ages such as Claude Monet and, in his later years, Pablo Picasso who are supposed to have been inspired by the vivid colours and clean fresh air of the region. Where Picasso is concerned I'm not too sure that it would have mattered where he got his inspiration from whether it was ...
... and humid! A big change for a Minnesota girl like me who is used to colder weather (and air conditioning)! Hopefully the weather will be cooler in a few weeks.
In the evening we went out to catch the fireworks celebrating Cannes liberation from Nazi control during WW2. I have to admit, France ruined the Fourth of July for me. The fireworks were more than just a display...they were works of art and a show! All of the colors, shapes, and sizes were amazing! New ...
... so chairs are best. Plus, "all my stuff" is not in Nice. So I opted for a private beach. Castel Plage was perfect. Since the morning was already gone, I only paid for a half day rental of a beach lounge chair plus umbrella. The establishment lays a thick canvas "carpet" down to the sea, so patrons don't have to worry about walking on the pesky pebbles. I had my handy little water shoes, anyway, so the pebbles ...
... was happy. Happy people from France? I didn't think they existed either. Nice is so beautiful I guess they can't help it. Little did I know in a few days my impression of the Nice people would change...
The first task that I'm usually assigned with is groceries or SIM cards. This time, I was on SIM card duty. I felt confident walking into the mobile place, much more than in Spain and Italy, because I'm bilingual. Yeah, well I couldn't ...