Amarante Cannes Hotel
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... they hold the the annual Film Festival. Just couldn't resist walking the red carpet - it's much longer and higher than we'd thought!
Lovely town for sitting outside a cafe and watching the beautiful and rich strutting their stuff - not to mention gawping at the number of superyachts in the marina and anchored just off the beach (maybe they couldn't afford the berth fees!).
We popped into Nice to pick ...
... will be the way you want it. After the princess died, evil people took over that castle, but not that many people know about that.
Now, we move on to the Canyon of Sounds. The one that we've been waiting for. This Canyon is truly amazing, it has very calm and beautiful music as the water hits the ground. Each drip, makes a different sound. Also on the inside of the Canyon there are crystals, gems and gold. It once belonged to a rich woman, but she ...
... on the remains of the Roman settlement of Cemenelum that was first discovered in 1943. It is a series of bath houses from the 3rd century as well as paved streets. There are also the remains of a Christian complex (5th century AD).
In the park in front of the Matisse Museum were groups of men playing Boules. It was interesting to watch the intensity with which they played it. We had lunch at an outdoor cafe there - chicken panini, icecreams and coffee & ...
... plane. These things happen I told myself and reassured myself I was stimulating the economy rather than getting ripped off. We arrived back in Paris by 830am and saw willy off to work as Imy and I made our way back to the apartment to sleep. After getting an extra 2 hours of shut eye I was more than ready to enjoy my last day in Paris. We ventured down the street to buy one last baguette for lunch, then onto the the Champ Élysées ...
... on this occasion when our train was posted on the board it stayed on the nominated platform, which was at the opposite end of where we were standing; a theme that repeated itself many times. I'm sure they saw Leoni with her large backpack and thought they would have a laugh at her expense as we had to walk the long walk to where the train was.! While at the staition we saw many gypsy women beggers pleading with people to give them a few euro, it was quite ...