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... adjacent to the waterfront has some charm and character. Overall though Cannes seems to be incredibly frenetic and hectic for its size of 70 000 people and.much of the traffic seems to get pushed along 2 or 3 arterial routes. Cannes is also bustling as it is preparing for a an international yachting festival in a few ...
... is not built to accommodate a cruise ship or the waters of the natural harbour are too shallow. We were due to remain in port until 6pm so there was no urgency to leave the ship despite, after clearance granted, the first tender ashore was shortly after 8am.
The tender only took 10 minutes to the quay. En route we could see quite clearly the island of Sainte Marguerite lying a few miles off shore. This is where Cardinal Richelieu built a fortress in the early 1600s ...
... a couple of energetic days I decided I had earned a quiet day back in the apartment on the Friday (12 July 2013) and I lay by the window with Tim's computer watching TV Shows and sleeping in my attempt to hide from the ongoing heat. After a bit of a rest day on Friday, I caught the train past Eze to Monaco to go and see what all the fuss was about. It felt like i tried to walk the entire length of Monte Carlo, but it was all just so lovely (except the hills). ...
... is honestly so great.
We then all headed back to the hotel and had a nap, before getting all dressed up for our big night.
We headed over to Monaco in our shirts and bowties, and tried our hand's at the casinos. Walking up to the Monte Carlo Casino, I saw a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Porsche, and much more, all parked out front. Sporting my James ...
... guy. He needed breakfast. Then, just as quickly, the wind died down, the rain stopped, and the sun broke through the clouds. We make a dash for, where else, the Boulanger/patisserie and the market. Just as we were checking out, the sky opened up and once again we had what my Dad would have called a "frog strangler." We some how managed to get back to the apartment, whereupon I started vacuuming, dusting, ...