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Then we wandered up the road to the Picasso museum,which definitely amused the kids - not sure if it was in a good way or not though, but they seemed to enjoy it anyway.
We then drove around the coast, through Cannes, to meet our friends for dinner.
... we did not believe we validate the tickets correctly, oh well we still paid. The Monaco F1 for those who don't know is a street circuit. They just block off the streets from normal cars and let the racing drivers go nuts. The bus actually drove the F1 circuit. Scot can cross another drive off the bucket list as he has now raced around the Monaco F1 track. Ok it was in a bus and he wasn't driving but this is my blog so I say it counts. Shelley had heard the racing ...
... three days in a row!
I took Tanya to quickly check out the Marche Provencal and to stock up on olives and tapenades. We didn't linger too long as we wanted to catch up to the boys who had taken a walk over to the port. We all gawked at the ridiculously huge yachts moored on what is known as "millionaies quay", although I think you need to be more of a billionaire to even think about owning any of ...
... to remain undetected when they've had enough of Cannes.
We didn't do much but wander around soaking up the sunshine. Antibes is a great place to just sit and relax while watching the luxury yachts drift by. Impressive yachts they are too. We even saw one complete with helipad and helicopter. I don't know who these people are, who laze about on giant yachts on a Monday, but I'm very, VERY envious.
The vendage still dominates our local area. Tractors and farm equipment decorate our country roads, as the grape leaves gradually give up their greenness to autumn colors, seeming to relax after yielding their precious fruit.
It's been a bit chilly in the evening so we are enjoying some cozy
time in front of the fire. The days, however, are still quite
comfortable and mostly sunny. We ...