Ibis Cannes Mandelieu
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... go for a longer walk and head up to the top of a cliff, there is usually a lift to the top but of course it was closed an we had to take the stairs. The view from half way up was amazing and far better than our view from the top which was sadly obscured by trees. We then wandered down to the beach which had no sand but pebbles instead as there are no waves in this area which meant that the sand does not get washed up onto the beach. We stopped for some ...
... t understand all of the race tactics involved it was fun to watch.
Dinner at La Maison de Marie was one of the best we have had. It is tucked into a courtyard off a busy tourist street and the decor, the food and the service were very good. This was the recommendation from the front desk staff and once again has proved to be a good way of finding an excellent restaurant.
Day 2 in Nice and we headed up to the Chagall and Matisse museums. ...
... By now I'm glad that Patrick & Jackie made me forgo the mussels & pomme frites! This meal was a culinary delight. Oh, I forgot to mention that before ordering, two adorable young men came to our table carrying a basket full of fresh fish. I totally have no idea what they said the fish were, they were too cute to look at & I can't look & listen at the same time!
Dinner was a fillet of ...
... and varied fish - some ugly eels, octopus, sea horses etc. I found one fish quite interesting. It was not a Mediterranean fish, rather it was a Californian fish given to the museum as a gift from the Boston Museum 40 years ago! It was still going strong – only missing an eye! I did not know a fish could live for that long! They also had some of the most poisonous fishes – a yellow pufferfish could kill you if you ate its liver and ...
Last weekend I had fun catching up with Ally Drake Brockman who was here with her Renaissance group to tour the gardens of the Cote d'Azur. We had a lovely time and the group she was travelling with seem really nice. They stayed in the hotel Victoria in Roquebrune Cap Martin and they were literally across the road to the beach. We has a gorgeous dinner together which Ally generously shouted me to.
This week was my first full week at work as the others ...