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This morning I woke early to go for a run at sunrise. To see the sun come up and the rays peek through the sail boats was beautiful. This morning we checked out of our gorgeous villa and made our way along the coast to Saint Maxime. Saint Maxime is a gorgeous coastal town where we could wander along the beach front and checkout their local antique markets. Amy bought a ring whilst I simply admired all the teacups that I wanted ...
... However, there were major works at the station so we couldn't see a bus stop. Even though we knew the bus stops were a fair distance apart we decided the best plan was to continue on to the next one since we knew we were on the right road. After checking at a petrol station where we were told to just continue on a bit, we stopped at a bus stop even though it didn't have our route number. We hadn't seen any buses go past even though we had been walking for 20 ...
To the film festival capital we go! Cannes is defiantly something else compared to Nice. We thought Nice had the nice shops, before we walked down the streets of Cannes. The shops, architecture, yachts, etc. have so much character and not cheap! To tour the city we did Le Petite Train, which took an hour. There we passed by all the famous and luxury hotels where the stars stay. We got to look at the yachts in Port Canto. Too bad we couldn't go in one or ...
... food and not just trinkets. The food stalls are awesome, every fruit and vege you could imagine. I saw the biggest beefsteak tomatoes I have ever seen. Also the biggest capsicums, they were more than twice the size of anything I have seen before. There were flowers and spices, fish, meat, bread, pastries and trinkets. We tried some cheese before buying and bought some fruit. Got some lovely nectareins, Italian grown with yellow flesh that were perfectly ...
... ever heard of, including a Lalique store (Renee Lalique, known for his glassware, has been dead for decades, but his prices endure forever, I guess). About two blocks in is the Rue de Antibes, still pricey stuff just not as jaw dropping as the Croisette. Then, if you're lucky, you will find the Rue de Meynadier, a very narrow pedestrian area of shops that stretches for about 10 blocks. You'll find typical souvenir stuff, but if you are ...