Hotel Le Cavendish
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... were going to find a spot to sit on the beach, when the weather turned. The tsunami looking clouds and thunder/lightning forced us back to the hotel where we just chilled for the rest of the afternoon. We went back in to Cannes for diner, hoping to find a restaurant on the beach. It was almost 8 o'clock at that point and every restaurant on the beach was empty! Completely confused, dad went to investigate. Because it was "la soirée de feu ...
... energy. Electricity in the cabin is shut down unless the key card is inserted completing the electrical circuit. OK, science lesson over, I check the slot and key card was intact. I headed back to my netbook and typed ‘Lidgrs piyf h]d’ thus demonstrating that I can’t type without looking!! It should have read ‘Lights went out’. I got the ‘L right’ and the space bar!!
I heard Roisin say, ‘I can’t hear the engines ...
... had to restrain myself as shopping is sure my weakness. Sarah also made me try the awful experience of eating a snail. Yep we did it. Much to my disgust, the moving, gritty, slimy disgusting creatures were the most revolting thing I have ever eaten and I would not suggest it to anyone! Don't even know why it is a specialty over there! We spent our last night on the balcony of my grandparents apartment eating covered chocolate strawberries and enjoying the barmy night with ...
... or nice
without dents or scratches! Cars are always parked in with no space to
get out! And they can park on corners and bends.. WHAT THE HELL!? Even
saw a smart car parked perpendicular to the kerb today with its back
wheels up on the gutter. Instant parking fine in newcadtle!!! Parking
police would go bananas over here! We are now back at the hotel and relaxing!! It's almost 11pm. Packing almost done too! We have loved this city so much. Sad to leave, but so excited for Venezia!
... studios that dominate.
There is a beautiful cathedral with pews commissioned by a 17th century bishop. Roman inscriptions have been found here. And just outside the Porte de Peyra is a magnificent ash tree that was planted in 1538. We loved the old stone walls and massive old doors that lead to homes that have been inhabited for hundreds of years. Many of the artists studios have a similar heritage and we ...