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... were going to find a spot to sit on the beach, when the weather turned. The tsunami looking clouds and thunder/lightning forced us back to the hotel where we just chilled for the rest of the afternoon. We went back in to Cannes for diner, hoping to find a restaurant on the beach. It was almost 8 o'clock at that point and every restaurant on the beach was empty! Completely confused, dad went to investigate. Because it was "la soirée de feu ...
... the country around Canua. The insecurity of the Lérins islands forced the monks to settle on the mainland, at the Suquet. Construction of a castle in 1035 fortified the city by then known as Cannes, and at the end of the 11th century construction was started on two towers on the Lérins islands. One took a century to build; the other, three. Around 1530, Cannes detached from the monks who had controlled the city for hundreds of years and became independent. ...
... at 10:47am.
We found our way to the RER platform we needed, then the two stops to Gare de Lyon, having to carry the bags up a few flights of stairs. At Gare de Lyon we had escalators and arrived at our carriage (at the front) with 10 mins to spare – time to work out how to fit our bags on with all the others – especially a group of older French who pushed their way on, only to find after all they were in the wrong carriage!! It is amazing how quickly 50 ...
... going on. Later we headed into "old town" which has most of the nightlife. After stumbling around for a while having no idea where we were going or what to look for, I asked a guy working out the front of a restaurant who pointed us down the road to the Blue Whale. It was a pretty dodgey English style pub. It was relatively full as a Contiki group had stopped there for the night. The Contiki group was pretty lame with most of the girls ...
... upscale handbag: Vuitton, Prada, etc., but not cheap. That was yesterday. So today we got up and did a very French thing: we headed for the Boulanger/patisserie or as we say in the States, the bakery. We got some pastries, but we also bought a long baguette of French bread, still warm. We hurried back to the apartment, fixed coffee and tea, got out the French butter and strawberry jam and dug in. ...