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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. ...
... they think of everything!! In order to keep illness and bugs to a minimum - every time you enter restaurants or return to the ship attendants ensure you wash your hands with detergent wash. We took the chance to check out the nightlife around the ship where there is an abundance of live entertainment and fabulous music. BONGIORNO!! Wednesday 3 September Today we landed in Livorno (population 160,000) the second largest port in Italy. It was fantastic and very industrious. There ...
... lunch, I had something quite British...fish and chips (I was craving
it) and a glass of wine, Ben had a beer and a burger. The restaurant was lovely
and overlooked the harbour and all its boats...we spent most of the meal
deciding which ones we liked best and would be our future boats! Dream on!!
After lunch we strolled up to the casino
area and then walked around the race track and harbour before
heading back to the train station.
We decided ...
... Beginners luck I guess :) After spending a little bit in the casino, it was time to head back to Cannes so we made it in time to go out on a boat to watch the fireworks!
We got back and almost immediately had to leave campus to go to the port to take a boat out and watch fireworks in the bay of Cannes. For 6 weeks or so, Cannes hosts a pyrotechnic festival, in which different countries create a fireworks show and compete against one another. That night ...
... Tomorrow the long way home.
As I said yesterday, today was a quiet home day, beginning with breakfast which I laid out on the balcony for four though mainly for me as there was no sign of life in the flat. With juice, croissant, yoghurt, camembert, rillets and a cup of tea, I sat ready to appease my needs. Only to be ambushed by first one and then the other daughter who gaily consumed the pain bonette, the croissant, du beurre and in Lizzie’s case ...