Jas Neuf Hotel
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... the town. We bought delicious baguettes for lunch and ate them while walking around the marina.
There was some serious money parked in that harbour.
We all picked out our favourite boat. The kids need to study hard, marry well or start buying lottery tickets!!
We hopped back into the car and drove to Cannes, enjoying the scenery along the way.
We arrived, found a hotel and then walked down the road and ate dinner at a Turkish kebab shop.
We slept ...
... and vineyards, eventually finding an old windmill long out of use... The amazing view over the Mediterranean was well worth the hot, dusty walk to the highest point of the island, even though the lighthouse wasn't open to visitors that day...
We spent a wonderful day in the gorgeous village of St Paul de Vence... Justifiably accredited as being one of the most picturesque in Provence, it seems to be tucked into ...
... with Austria and the chance to do away with our friend Andreas Hofer. He, however, didn't pay his hospice bill of 40,000 francs, an account that remained outstanding until settled with a token payment by French President Mitterrand in 1984. Many would have seen the heroic painting of Napoleon crossing the Alps on his prancing white stallion which is, of course, a nonsense. General Bonaparte made the crossing mounted on a sure-footed mule as any sensible fellow ...
... br> Meanwhile, Simon popped in to drop off his car before heading off on a major excursion on his boat and I dropped him back into town.
We didn't take off to go out for dinner until after 9pm and we'd decided to head to Antibes as it would have been awkward for the girls to visit there using public transport, so we took advantage while the car was still available.
Juliet had her sights on a restaurant she had remembered from when we visited here ...
... the streets!
Alright, so the bus drops us off in one of those very narrow streets which are very typical of small European towns. This one has a lot of activity from the start, with boulangeries, shops, and people walking up and down non-stop! We followed the street until arriving to la Croisette, the main avenue that runs next to the beach, and where the main 5 star hotels of Cannes and fashion boutiques like Louis Vatton ...