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Travel Blogs from Cannes
... pointed at the end. I was purely blown away by the way he showed me how to use it, the way he layered oil paints over and over really made me think how I could try this effective technique. It had so much depth but at the same time was disguised by the colour he used. Getting back to the car, Ben and I had been far too well behaved. It was now very tempting to do something very mischievous in the untouched city. Before I knew it Ben jumped on one of ...
... hairdressers on ship charge an exorbitant amount - Bob's haircut cost $40)... Was a bit wary as had been told that Cannes was expensive...but surprised when told , shampoo, cut , colour and Blowdry would be €55... Cheaper than in Australia... The bakeries and pastry shops were everywhere selling mouthwatering cakes, pastries and macaroons.....we decided on trying quiche...didn't really know what type we were buying, but I got a ...
... here in Cannes for five years from 1986 ~ 1993. This is where he worked for Roger Verge (one of the top ten chef's in the world) at the Martinez Hotel.
We are having a great time and now we are off the beach with Cade. =)
Hope all is well with you all in the states and thanx for coming along our journey!
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Lots of love from Cannes!! xo
... br> entrée, bouillabaisse for my plat, and crème brulee for dessert. Fois gras on
gingerbread may sound strange, but the salty and sweet flavors actually complimented
each other well. Bouillabaisse is a traditional Provencal stew composed of
various types of seafood and vegetables. Mine consisted of a couple different
kinds of fish, mussels, clams, shrimp, and octopus. As is customary, it came
with an order of hard French bread and an olive oil and ...
... beach. The gates, the fence, the privacy – it’s a different world. But it wouldn’t be the same without the beach so an irreconcilable difference I think.
Post lunch, the afternoon unravels around the pool and jumping on and off the inflatables. The other residents are very forgiving of the noise.
We left at 7pm for dinner in the village. Off to the Kangaroo restaurant, the one where the fois grae is to ...