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We woke early & headed out to discover Cannes.
It was Sunday morning and the sun was shining we drove to Le Croisette (the promenade).
We walked along the water front enjoying the gorgeous morning.We then headed up through the town and discovered the fresh food market. We bought fig & nut bread that we shared & bought apples to eat. The ...
... the town. We bought delicious baguettes for lunch and ate them while walking around the marina.
There was some serious money parked in that harbour.
We all picked out our favourite boat. The kids need to study hard, marry well or start buying lottery tickets!!
We hopped back into the car and drove to Cannes, enjoying the scenery along the way.
We arrived, found a hotel and then walked down the road and ate dinner at a Turkish kebab shop.
We slept ...
... supposed to feel sorry for the French and their faltering economy, it is difficult to do so in the midst of such conspicuous consumption.
We spent a nice 6 hour day enjoying our beach loungers, taking some swims in the Sea (the water temp was around 75 degrees — refreshing, but not warm) and reading our books on our iPads. Of course, people watching was also on the agenda, and it was a fun place ...
... up the hill to the old shed and Paula was indeed, as we expected, in her GLORY! Yes, there is a picture of her "doing the laundry"!
We continued the tour with the now five of us, and wandered back tot he beach (where I collected some sea glass) and we took some more pictures. we separated again from the group (they needed to dine) and we needed to SHOP! Chris bought 2 shirts, and I one. The most charming woman assisted us and gave ...
The past week has been dominated by our quest for knowledge; at times it seems much harder than work because we're basically learning french at the elementary school level. We have, however, found the time to do some activities, both on our own and with our classmates. Last Wednesday, we finally got to play a little petanque (the Provence version of boules/bocce) with approximately 30 others from the ...