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A bit of a laid back day today. Took an early train to Cannes to have a look around, only spent the morning there though. Took a few photos then returned to camp for a restful afternoon. We have enjoyed staying here, the facilities at the camp are excellent, very clean, a little noisy but it is a very big camp so you would expect that. It has a great restaurant, mini market and best of all believe it or ...
... locals so it was clearly a popular place to meet up and socialise on a Saturday - usually a good sign of where to eat. Before leaving the village, as advised at the tourist office, we collected a key for the Blue Chapel from one of the bars. This simple, tiny place of worship was constructed in the 60s and as the name implies has a blue colour scheme inside and out. The side walls have murals depicting the birth and death of Christ along their ...
... by a Californian Business Man, we also saw “Diamonds are forever” which was up for sale for $59million!
The lady at tourist info told us there was a nice walk through a park to an old fort, but we weren’t impressed with it at all! The park was shabby with dying grass, the bins were overflowing with litter and there was dog poo everywhere ...
... gardens and views amazing. The Rothchilds really do have more money than god. The last day on the French rivieria and Scot thought it best if Nancy had the day off, there was no way Mum was getting back in that car, so we took the train to Monaco. The formula 1 grand prix had been there a week ago, go Mark Weber, and they were still packing up. The place is very pretty and clean. The palace was visited and more pins were brought. Have I mentioned the pins. Beside ...
Kris, Tanya and their three kids, Kai (6), Cody (4) and Kaycee (4 months) came down from London for a visit this weekend. We had a blast with them! We mostly hung around Antibes with a day trip over to Villefranche. Our days were spent taking the kids to the park, walking around Antibes and stuffing ourselves with fresh bread, pastries and crepes.
Thankfully, we had some sunny weather for the visit, ...