Hotel Chateau De La Tour
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... of cocoa, and afterMarina gave me dry pillows, sheets and a duvet.... all went to sleep. (at was now 6:30a.m., Aug. 7) Bon Nuit....at last...... zzzzzzzzzzzz...... BEAUFORT SCALE 7 (Beaufort Scale 7) definition: 28-33 Knots of wind 51-61 k/p/h of the wind 32-37 m/p/h of the wind,constant 38- 39 m/p/h of wind, gusts Near gale Mounting sea (4 m - 7 m) (5-1/2 to 10 feet) with foam blown in streaks downwind. Whole trees in motion, inconvenience/difficulty in ...
... apartment I settled in for the evening and Tim went out. (signs I am getting old).
On Monday I woke up not feeling great and with very little energy so I had a particularly quiet day in the apartment. I managed to drag myself out for a brief walk around near Tim's apartment and stopped to do some grocery shopping as there was no food in the apartment. I had a quiet and early night in the hope of feeling better the next day. Sadly, this was not the case and ...
... luggage. Once we were good we headed back
out for another walk around and explore. I got some macaroons to fill up
the box I had gotten from Laduree and half depleted. I had seen cheap
macaroons at a lovely store nearby so we searched for it. Found it! 1.10
euro for one, that was cheap comparatively. Then they were selling
packs of 2 for 0.60, that were damaged slightly. I didn't care they
would taste the same! So I got one pack of 2 and 2 single, so I got 4 ...
Cannes what a place for the beautiful people. Amazing coast line with great beaches with pristine water. It is situated on a large bay that hosts large sailboats ad yachts from around the Mediterranean. It is also located on the main railway line that runs from Marseille to Nice, Monte Carlo and into Italy.
The sun is out in full force and we are off to walk ...
Sometime back we stumbled, literally, on an open air market in the center of Cannes. We were headed elsewhere but made a note that we wanted to check it out. So today we headed back. It is called Marche Gambetta or the Gambetta Market. It's origins are Italian and for most of the week it is fruits and vegetables, etc. But also homemade pasta, rows of olives, cheeses, marinated peppers and artichokes, marinara sauces, Italian salami. And ...