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... time for a late lunch - Italian today and tonight is Thai. A highlight of this food extravaganza is the fact that we are able to ask for any food and they will try to oblige! Well Henry asked for one of his favorites! Cassata ice cream. And the chef obliged by organizing a cassata cake fit for a King. There was enough for at least a dozen people and we were sorry that all our friends were not here to share it ;) I hope they won't roll me off at the end of another week of this ...
The Cannes Film Festival is named after the city where the
festival is held, Cannes, France. Cannes is a ritzy town about 25 minutes west
of our home in Cagnes-sur-mer. Since our
arrival the festival has come up in discussion more than a handful of times. We
had been talking about going to Cannes to scope out the vibe of the festival,
but then forgot about this plan when we got swept up with planning all of our
travels. We have a friend here who works for the ...
... the sky was very blue, with only an occasional fair weather cloud, and the sea was ever so calm. Our sails were up, but there was not enough wind to carry us without the help of the engine. Wow. How beautiful this day is! I guess we paid our dues last year. This crossing to Cannes is around 16 hours... So with a little luck, we should be in Cannes by 8:30p.m. Checking with all my weather info, and Jacques making a couple of calls, we MUST get to Cannes tonight. ...
... get through. Once they were through, the rest of us could continue on our way.
I (Pam) hopped out and ran down the road to try to stop anyone else from coming up behind us. Around the 1st bend, no cars. Around the 2nd bend, there was a car just coming up, so in my horrible French and flustered state, I tried to tell her to wait ici, après deux voitures, then she could go. Then I noticed another car coming up around the next bend, so I thrust my ...
... We made our way to the platform on the D “Vert” line. Southbound for two stops sounds simple, doesn't it? Now add three kids, a wife, bulky luggage, a small lift with two sweaty Frenchmen and an English mother and child. Apparently they were on an adventure due to “your daddy was supposed to meet us but he is not here” .......sounds like a tough moment ahead for one lucky chap.
As the lift opened, a train pulled in and ...