Hotel Le Mas Des Oliviers
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... fish (I'm telling ya, I didn't listen to what they said the fish was), scalloped potato & grilled vegetables. By now my gut is bursting & we still have the cheese platter & dessert!
Brie cheese was served next with a bed of mixed greens with a delicious balsamic dressing. One more course to go, you can do this ~ there it was, the creme brûlée!! Did I mention that this meal was ...
... Le Bouchon d'Agui. Patrick took me inside to look at the chef's kitchen & it was amazing how small it was & to see the beautiful dishes that come out of it. Chef Jean Michael (I hope I got his name right) was busy plating stuffed squid, which unfortunately sold out by the time we ordered.
Alaine, a friend of theirs, who is also a chef & has his own restaurant, joined us. Two of the chef's specials had already sold out, so Jackie ...
First full day in Cannes. Freddy has already learnt to say 'bonjour', 'bonsoir', 'au revoir' & 'merci'. Charming everyone he meets! He loves the breakfast buffet. Spent the day exploring Cannes - la crosiette, the old town, the port, the market. Beautiful beach resort, french class and luxury, old town & Mediterranean ...
... in this house.
We stopped for breakfast at this place in Bandol that served omelettes on top of french fries. I don't understand the french obsession with fries. They serve fries with every single meal. Like 5 out of 4 meals have fries (on average).
Today I was leading with Jake close behind and Michael Tom bringing up the rear. He likes to bike in this way where he sprints really fast and then slows down, and ...
... the river, stopping by for a bite of our sandwiches on their way.
We didn't have time to explore the rest of the town, needing to push on north, around the east side of the Paris circular and onto the A1 to Calais.
Reaching Calais that evening, we treated ourselves to a meal in one of the local restaurants. Tucking in to moules marinières and drinking local red wine, we raised our glasses and said,"Merci beaucoup, la belle France, pour un voyage magnifique."