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Travel Blogs from Cannes
When we arrived, I was blown away by how clean and nice it was! It was something that was hidden from the majority of tourists. The sun beamed down on us with no clouds in the sky "C'est la vie", parking up near the yachts we wandered around having no idea where we were or where to go. I can't stop admiring and taking places of the places I see; it doesn't feel as if this trip is real, it's amazing but I am dreading the editing process. ...
Cannes known as the jewel of the French Riviera. With a history dating back to Ancient Greek and Roman civilisations in the area. Now famous for the Cannes film festival, when the rich and famous descend on the town. This is a tender port, so ship anchored in the bay while the 4 tender boats were launched....only a short trip ashore about 10 mins in calm seas. We arrived when they were preparing for their yachting festival so there were ...
... is it ugly, it is perhaps the most inefficient and people unfriendly facility we have ever passed through. As we waited in line to board for the flight to Paris, we met a terrific family from Washington, DC, a husband, wife and four lovely daughters (sounds like Roger Adles). The dad realized 8 days before the flight that his passport had expired. He said he got hold of some sympathetic male at ...
... br> equivalent to the 4th of July in the States. A group of us went out
to eat at this restaurant in old town near the castle on a cobblestone road
called Le Suquet. It’s a quaint little sloping street, lined on both sides
with shops and restaurants with outdoor seating. We made our way
to the bottom of the street where we found a restaurant with an outdoor table large
enough to sit the six of us, and it just so happened that it was the very ...
... floated and he did a somersault. Or three. Then Lindsay and Lizzie joined in. I have to admit some concern at this point. The water is approximately 2 metres deep and Lizzie is a reasonable swimmer but at 7 years old might be somewhat out of her depth. It seems my role is to be the "Hoff" as Anne put it. Sadly, I think I may be more akin to Pamela than David these days (and please don’t ask – just think about it ….)
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