La Vierge Noire
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This morning the Navman wasn't working.
It was saying 'no maps can be detected'. We didn't use our kind words with it when it took us to Florence the other night, and now it seemed to be sulking and on strike.
We had to resort to reading signs on the road (not our drivers preferred navigation method) and we were considering getting the road atlas out that Roy & Jo lent us.
Clint stopped to refuel so Dan & I were trying to read the manual and we were ...
... and one meanders through tiny cobbled lanes lined with fabulous art galleries, boutiques and restaurants.. . Vines clamber up the ancient walls and Bougainvillea seems to erupt from the most unlikely places, vivid, unruly and utterly glorious....... What a marvellous place.
Another memorable day was spent with Eric's niece Anne-Lise, and her husband Jeannot who love Provence, and know many of it's ...
... All of which brings us back to the Côte d'Azur, and the end of a relaxing week off. My only comment on this place I will leave to a quote from Jim Ring from his excellent book Riviera, the Rise and Rise of the Côte d'Azur: “Even though the reality of the Riviera seems daily to diverge even more from the dream and the ideal, so powerful is this promise that the reality is ignored.” Tomorrow we go north again, into the mountains and back to a different France.
... days ago. Judging by the popularity of the nicer restaurants, I had my doubts about getting a seat but, when we eventually go there, we were in luck. I think we got the last table.
We had a lovely meal then strolled around the streets still teaming with people, looked at some markets where Lin found some ideal gifts to take home, looked at some multi-million dollar super-yachts, found our way back to the car and made our way home.
A lovely day.
Cannes is most famous for its yearly famous Film festival. It began in 1946 shortly after World War II. The city also has a long history, although most of it took place on the nearby Lerins islands where until this day one can find remains of old battles from shipwrecks and cannon posts as well as a monks with a community of Cistercian monks which have inhabited the island since AD 410. Throughout the 19th century, various ...