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... buying extra insurance. When we got to the car it was a Toyota Aurius - not the VW Golf I'd ordered and hoped. It hadn't been washed and I wondered if that was a tactic to make our inspection harder. We noted that nearly every panel had a scratch or a small dent in it, so we had to return to the desk with our marked sheet to get our statement okayed. The car turned out to be a keyless electric hybrid - something I had never driven before. So our adventure started - us ...
... top of a gas works, in a cave or in an igloo, I’m sure the results would have been the same.
Nowadays Cannes is most famous for its annual film festival where it is chic for the rich and famous to be seen promoting their latest movie or advertising their availability.
Cannes was originally called 'cane harbour’ by the Romans because of the abundance of reeds in nearby marshes.
Cannes is the only tender port we visit on this trip. This means that ...
... It was possibly the best dessert I've had all trip and reckon if you started a dessert sushi place on the GC you would be a millionaire in no time!! After dinner Christine and I had a walk around all the markets checking out the craft items. There were some really cool bracelets and vintage jewelry all out of my price range! On the way back to the hostel we walked through a large square which was swarming with people and buskers dancing and entertaining ...
... plane. These things happen I told myself and reassured myself I was stimulating the economy rather than getting ripped off. We arrived back in Paris by 830am and saw willy off to work as Imy and I made our way back to the apartment to sleep. After getting an extra 2 hours of shut eye I was more than ready to enjoy my last day in Paris. We ventured down the street to buy one last baguette for lunch, then onto the the Champ Élysées ...
... no sand. We decided to splurge and found a private beach, called plage d'opera, where we got our chaise lounge rental and umbrella for 15€ each. We stayed on the beach for the whole day, swam in the sea and had a glass of sangria. The weather was perfect, but hot. We were glad to have the umbrellas. We made our dinner in he hostel that night and then went down to the beach to enjoy the evening.
Today we said aurevoir to France ...