Hotel Le Grand Cap
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Left Cannes in the rain and drove to Antibes and walked along the beach. Stopped because the younger ones needed to rest. Mum and I had s coffee, amber had an omelette and Hayley had a giant banana, ice cream, Nutella and whipped cream dessert. More walking and we found the shops some retail therapy later and it was off driving though the hills of …
... the way down by letting us follow them. Thankfully they did this as the way down is via a series of escalators and marble lined tunnels, via the train station. We emerged out onto a busy street on sea level now and said goodbye and thanks. We were keen to explore the harbour side and see the water so we walked in that direction, past some Christmas markets and an open air ice rink. The wealth that surrounded us was almost embarrassing. The boats in the ...
... Not the world that we create, but the world that was created for us. Our beautiful minds are also our worst enemies. Our greatest achievements are our greatest flaws. To find the meaning of life is no easy feat. It often takes years, yet sometimes it takes a matter of seconds. Today we seek constant entertainment, and view silence as boredom. On the contrary, silence is bliss. Silence is the time between yourself and the earth. The time for you ...
... enjoyed pastry while watching the fish mongers do their thing.
It was very cool.
We walked back along the waters edge and enjoyed looking at the massive yachts, the delicate sailboats, the sun dancing on the water.
We took our time. We enjoyed.
And we are starting to feel like we have been gone forever.
We miss you guys.
We hope all is well.
Love you lots,
Matt and Kellie
... close to my ancestral village in Punjab. He didn't allow me to go to the hostel and instead asked me to stay over at his place. I agreed. We reached his place and his brother Navdeep was there to greet us. We had a nice salad along with chips and some whiskey.
They are both chefs with restaurants in Nice and it was tourist season so they both had to get up early and retired. I was offered the couch which transformed into a bed and ...