Le Massena Residence Cannes
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... and we set off in search of something cute, on sale, that could fold down to the size of a tissue. This turned out to be easier for me than for Catherine, as there were far more women's clothing shops than shops suitable for her size, which is in fashion's no-man's land. As luck would have it, the third store we visited yielded results for both of us: dresses we both loved, at ridiculously low prices (20 euros for mine and 8 euros for hers) - especially ...
... was to get a box at the post office, throw the clothes into it while we were still there, and send it on its way. Both of us are still wondering how Stephen could forget so many clothes, and just what was in his bag when he left Milena yesterday. With collapsed boxes for the USA, and one for France, (Marina was going to mail some things to Rennes) we headed back to Milena. While we were doing our thing, Jacques had gone to ...
... had Caesar Salad. Careful not to get further dehydrated, we washed this down with 2 litres of water. A taxi ride back to the hotel took us backwards around the F1 circuit, from Rascasse, through the tunnel, up Portier and Lowes Hairpin. It is hard to comprehend that F1 cars reach 180 mph around here. A late afternoon resting in the room, overlooking the harbour, ...
Time always flies when you are having fun, but when you realize you're left with just a few weeks in a long and incredible journey, each day becomes that much more special. I knew when I came to Europe that it would be impossible to see everything I wanted, there just isn't enough time to warrant such a feet. Nonetheless, it becomes increasingly difficult deciding where to spend your time when there is little left.
Italy was the most ...
... spots to eat and shop. The she took us to her favorite grocery store and waited while we stumbled around trying to find such things as sugar (sucre) and bacon (jambon) while not being very good at French. Our flights were uneventful. But after landing at Charles de Gaullle Airport, we took an Air France bus (thanks Jean DesChates) to the Gare de Lyon train station in Downtown Paris. For ...