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... the city more than I could in this little blurb.
After Cannes we took a day trip to Marseilles. Not much went on here as we were simply waiting for our plane to Amsterdam!
We'll miss France, but it's time for the next adventure.
... all day easily. We walked past casinos and ritzy hotels before deciding on a place to eat. Food was good but sizes were huge. Not sure how we fit it all in, but needed the hour walk back to the hotel to digest. Close to midnight, the promenade was still packed full of people including families with small kids. Got the feeling that Nice was just starting to get its party on, but it was way past our bedtime so we retreated to the hotel for some ...
... haunted. Anyway we dropped our bags and headed out to wander the town. We ended up at the cactus garden at the very top of the cliff which was pretty cool and had the best views. I took about a million photos (dad you would be proud...) That night we were booked in at the Chateau Eza restaurant (for yet another deggy...) We had an amazing spot on a tiny balcony jutting out of the building over the cliff. Only slightly terrifying. The food was lovely, the view was amazing, ...
... Tuesday I woke up feeling very mediocre. However, Tim had managed to get me a ticket to see his performance that evening - and given that it had been so long since I had seen Tim dance, nothing was going to keep me away. Tim was at rehearsals all day, so I caught the train with his next door neighbour and her friends just out of Cannes where the open air performance was. The performance included three dance pieces, which were all totally different and individual ...
... on a large screen with waves rolling in underneath it, while having my feet buried in the soft sand, guaranteed a two thumbs up review in my book.
On my way back to Nice the first evening of the festival, I began a conversation with another attendee seated next to me on the train. Discussing how films are sold, bought, and distributed was a topic I was eager to learn more about from an insider. The conversation twisted from how movie theaters compete with ...