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... that was beginning to become unmanageable).
What does one do in Cannes? Go to the beach! We rented lounge chairs on the first day, but found that the view of the water and the ability to swim out to a rocky island and wander around there was a better option at no additional cost, so we set up camp on that beach for the remaining days. The beaches, the water, the cleanliness of everything was a huge step up from our experience in Spain ...
... see them again. Quick Grand Mariner ended our day, and Marina and I said goodnight for yet another day. Bon Nuit.... CANNES Cannes (French pronunciation: [kan], in Occitan Canas) is a city located in the French Riviera. It is a busy tourist destination and host of the annual Cannes Film Festival and Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. It is a commune of France located in the Alpes-Maritimes department. The city is also famous for its luxury ...
I knew it..I just knew it! When I looked at Ed's schedule for these 3 days in the French Rivera, I knew it was jam packed and it left no time for adjusting to the time. The plan this am was to drive an hour to St. Tropez and enjoy the beach and lunch. That didn't happen :) When we arrived home last evening I swear once my head hit the pillow i was out..the boys were literally running around the room playing and I was asleep! I ...
If you have ever been to the Gypsy Caravan in St. Louis on Memorial Day, the Flea Market in Old Town Nice will look a bit familiar: tables and tents stretching for blocks and blocks. The Flea Market comes to town every Monday. The rest of the week the area is a traditional Farmers Market filled with fruits, vegetables, spices and flowers. It's an incredible, bustling place. Luckily, the buildings ...
... was, not surprisingly, one called "Happy Hour".
We headed up the hill (more stairs) for a view of the Royal Palace - Palais du Prince. We got there just in time for the changing of the guard so that was bonus.
A bit more cruising around Monaco – mostly people, car and yacht spotting – then we headed further around the coast.
Of course on the way out we treated the Blue Meanie to a lap of the Monte Carlo Grand Prix circuit – ...