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... speaker which I understood very clearly. The 14th of July is Bastille Day, the commemoration of the day in 1789 that began the French Revolution and it is celebrated like we celebrate our 4th of July. Guess what that meant??? FIREWORKS!!
This was the most dazzling display of fireworks I've ever seen choreographed to the most perfect soundtrack that it brought tears to my eyes. I stood there taking pictures for awhile and then decided that I wanted to be a little selfish ...
... with Jacques' special "bernaise", accompanied by a fine bottle of bordeaux wine. Cheers to one lazy, do nothing day! Our usual coffees, and grand marniers, put us to sleep very quickly. a peaceful Bon Nuit.... LES ISLES LERIN, in front of St Marguerite View of the Île Sainte-Marguerite, including the Fort Royal and the village of Sainte-Marguerite. The Lérins Islands are a group of four Mediterranean islands off the French Riviera, near Cannes. The two ...
... the courtyard which is one of the reasons we booked it is full of building material and a number of the photos are what a real estate agent would call “location shots”!! Whoever designed the new interior has never stayed in a hotel as there are no drawers in the room and these ridiculous studded boxes which prevent you moving around and being able to open the wardrobe properly. We actually stuck some of these outside the room just to give us ...
If you take a ferry from the Vieux Port (Old Port) in Cannes, one of the places you can go is to the Ile Saint Honorat, an island housing a Cistercian Monastery, and the ruins of a castle. There are no automobiles (but they do have Internet!) and the Monks grow grapes in their vineyards and make some spectacular wine. They also make numerous ...
As predicted, my second week in Cannes consisted primarily of class and beach, with a little bit of shopping and a lot of eating interspersed throughout. I also got to know the city a little better, as that Monday, Sandrine took a small group of us up to
the old castle in Cannes,
whose clocktower and opposing watchtower are visible from downtown. Part of the
twelfth century castle has been turned into a museum that houses primitive
artifacts from around ...