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... wanted to leave work at 230pm sharp haha. We went back to our apartment after lunch and spent the rest of our afternoon sleeping haha. Too comfortable alr really!! By the time I woke up, I realise it's already 8+pm!!! But it still feels early Cus the sky is still bright and the sun is still up! We got up and left for dinner at near 9pm when the sun just set haha. We researched a dinner place that sells Asian food called smth like Le Bistrot Asiatic. Was so excited about it Cus ...
... of reds.
Very excited to now enter the site, we quickly parked up, bought 2 tickets (only €5!) and stepped into this magical world.
We instantly felt like we were in Utah as we were hit with an area shaped by the sea in the most dramatic ways and in colours of the brightest shades of reds, oranges and yellows that almost look like they were painted onto the rocks!
Already loving ...
... very comfortable but it was a great location to get to Cannes and Juan des Pins. Had I known about the construction pit under our window, I would have NEVER had booked. But like I said, it was paid for, the location was excellent and the parking very secure. All part of the adventure. Sorry no pictures of the apartment, just couldn't bring myself to take ...
Although our alarm went off at 8:30 am, we laid around awhile before we got up. We went into the Centre Ville and found a parking garage. I did NOT feel like driving around forever trying to find a parking space.
The Centre Ville is very busy, not unlike Paris really, just on a smaller scale. It's difficult to maneuver through the streets. I know some of the drivers got impatient with me because I drive too slowly for them. But I can't buzz through those tiny ...
... meals we enjoyed! The tomato quiches and salads we ordered may have been the best of the trip so far, and the crunchy sour-dough bread was a great complement to the meal. But the dessert I ordered had to be the piece de resistance!
After lunch, we ran into a pretty heavy rain shower, and the sudden drop in temperature caught us by surprise. It was at this point that we took a page out of Gene Kelly's book, and began "Singin' in the rain".