Hotel Le Cavendish
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... and exploring. We saw a group of very fancy people, looking like they were going to a wedding, tourists sight seeing, just like us and locals going about their business. Nice looks lovely but we had limited time and were on a schedule so we made it to the train station. It took a while to work out the ticket machine so we just missed one but only had a 30 minute wait for another.
Once on the train we were quickly traveling along the coast, past Ville ...
... the last night dinner in Florence (which was very memorable), but breakfast was a feast... We found ourselves a great little bakery close to the hotel.. An award winning bakery full of the most delicious and fresh pastries you've ever tastes! Now onto the subject of coffee... Basically the whole of Europe was a let down when it came to coffee. Don't get me wrong, the strong Cyprus coffee was an exerience - one worth taking... But on the whole the cappuccino ps, the lattes... ...
Drove to Cannes along the coast, very summery feel. Empty campsite (having tried a non-existent aire - again) with a deserted but unheated pool for a quick dip before dinner. Phoebe would have stayed until she froze solid - pools are the only things that trump parks. Next day went into Cannes on the bikes. The huge motor boats were probably the highlight - not much else of interest really - didn't see anyone famous. Got a picture of Phoebe ...
... was to get a box at the post office, throw the clothes into it while we were still there, and send it on its way. Both of us are still wondering how Stephen could forget so many clothes, and just what was in his bag when he left Milena yesterday. With collapsed boxes for the USA, and one for France, (Marina was going to mail some things to Rennes) we headed back to Milena. While we were doing our thing, Jacques had gone to ...
... stories about some people. Today, our subject was the older lady in our hostel. I've decided that she has fallen in love with a man from the Italian mafia and is planning something out with them. She says she doesn't know English, but I honestly think she does and just chooses not to use it. She's an observer as well and watches everyone from her bed and just stares and watches people. She doesn't so anything really and she's not tan, so it's not like she's ...