Residhotel Cannes Festival
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... even more.... LURCH..... BAM.... LURCH....LURCH HARDER.... BAM, BAM, CRASH, SPLASH, KAAAAAAAAAAAA-BOOOOOOMMMMMM. Marina came to my aid,and told me to : ..."go back to your cabin, and huddle up in the corner, and don't move. This will be over soon, I hope", Marina consoled me in her very sweet British way... LURCH..... BAM.... LURCH....LURCH HARDER.... BAM, BAM, CRASH, SPLASH, KAAAAAAAAAAAA-BOOOOOOMMMMMM. By this time my bed, pillows, and duvet were all wet, ...
... out on the verandah of a restaurant overlooking the valley and towards the sea. We shared their 'Plats du jour' of 'soupe de poissons Provencale' (fish soup) & lasagne. It was lovely.
After three hours we headed back for the bus. There was already quite a queue there. We have found that the French are pretty good at muscling their way to the front of lines and it was the same here. When the bus came only about half those waiting were able to get on. (And ...
... hundred of large yachts from around the world docked there....a sight to see ...
The beautiful hotels that line the Main Street la Croisette...were stunning in their designs with elegant balconies with wrought iron railings....pastel colours.
We had decided to have a tour free day today, so had the day to ourselves to walk around the city of Cannes.
Hopped on the Petit Train( tourist train) for a drive around the city for about ...
... We sat around and drank rose but at close to 3 in the morn and holding a little more alcohol than any of us could handle we decided to call it a night. We stumbled back to our apartment and Imogen and willy called it a night, whilst Marin and I found ourselves on the back Terrace talking into the early hours of the morning. An eventful, long yet relaxing day in Cannes was finally bought to a close as I shut my eyes and drew the covers. Au revoir, Mademoiselle ...
... buildings clinging to the side of the hill. The streets are so narrow and fun to walk down. We eventually make it back to our room and we are knackered. A shower and feet up on the balcony drinking the 5.80euro wine (excellent) eating bagutte, rochfort cheese and tomatoes, bliss. Put some sounds on the iPad and kicked back. The Mag skyped Sandy but the connection was rubbish so will have a go later. Great day, love Villefranche, very tired legs, tomorrow ...