La Colombe d'Or
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... Well maintained. Apparently all the celebs go to the Colombe d'Or. Fancy restaurant at the entrance to the village. Every other shop in the village seems to be an art dealer. After visiting the grave of Marc Chagall in the cemetery and the rather dark and gloomy church, we went into one of the galleries. Some lovely paintings - one quite Michael Smithers like with bright blue skies, floaty clouds and incorporating newspapers. Boys now learning about ...
... I got to Cannes around 10am, parked the bike and went to meet Jess. We wandered in the general direction of the beach, where I had a Nutella crepe for breakfast/lunch, then we walked to the end of the pier past all the massively expensive multi story yachts. We walked towards the historic quarter, and as we were leaving the beach we walked past some "ideas expo", which had a Back to the Future Delorien parked out the front - complete with props such as the ...
... to do it, but some of us did!
There is not much else of interest at the site, so off we went to the French Riviera. After check in, we toured Monaco and Monte Carlo. We had dinner overlooking the ocean, visited the church where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier married. A walk around the streets of Monaco and Maddi and another lady on our tour are certain that they saw Russell Crowe at a restaurant.
We then visited ...
... Legend has it that the last Monk cursed him and his family. Walked through the lovely church.... All just beautiful. Then on the bus to Pisa. Katrina..... could you let Dennis know that they have Toll Roads over here? And, since I am already here, I could be his 'man on the ground' so to speak. I am quite happy to do some investigation and give the first Annual Report around September 2014. You might also like to mention that I'll need a 'Living Away From Home' ...
... We have, however, never been here before in July and after being in the Dordogne for a week where it was nice and quite, are finding ourselves being rather annoyed at all the tourists. Saint-Paul or Saint-Paul-de-Vence is a walled town and one of the oldest medieval towns on the French Riviera, it is well known for its modern and contemporary art museums and galleries such as Fondation Maeght which is definitely worth a ...