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... down the coast; unfortunately, this was not one of those days. The mist had started to drift in when we arrived and we only caught glimpses of the coast way down below.
We visited the Jardin Exotique at the very top of the hill. This is a cactus garden with statues and other ornaments. Quite beautiful. It’s from here you would usually have the best views, but not during our visit. We also saw Eze Church, ...
We arrived in Cannes through Nice airport from London Gatwick/ Paris CDG separately.
It was a long wait to hire a car but we did finally, and got an Audi A4 diesel with air con and GPS at Europcar.
We first drove to Antibes, and visited the Musee Picasso, where Picasso spent ...
... was like a mini city at the top. It was a great view from up and a really cool place to chill. We then walked back towards the casino and caught the bus back to Nice. Just by our team stop was a pizza truck so we grabbed that for dinner and headed back to the hostel. The next morning we were off to Cannes. We only had about half the day as we had a flight to Barcelona later that night. The bus took a lot longer than we ha anticipated so we now had even less time in Cannes. We went ...
... see them again. Quick Grand Mariner ended our day, and Marina and I said goodnight for yet another day. Bon Nuit.... CANNES Cannes (French pronunciation: [kan], in Occitan Canas) is a city located in the French Riviera. It is a busy tourist destination and host of the annual Cannes Film Festival and Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. It is a commune of France located in the Alpes-Maritimes department. The city is also famous for its luxury ...
... trip, as the Trenitalia high speed trains in Italy are very dirty ( including their windows) in stark contrast to those we left in Switzerland and Austria which were impeccably clean. ....... Update...... Shortly after arriving at Genoa, Jeff and I decided to move on immediately to the some seaside villages on the way to La Spezia on a regional train, which has no air conditioning, but a bonus is up you can open windows for some fresh air and a few good photos.... ...