I barely noticed I arrived to Cannes from the north, after staying some days in Grasse. In my mind I had an image of luxurios town along the shore. At first it wasnt and therefore, I guess, I got confused. When I arrived to the promenade I got quickly all my thoughts in right place and understood that this is one of those cities that makes you feel special.
Sea view from the sandy beach surrounded by beautyful bay providing comeness to the waters inside the bay itself and variority of the small and bigger stores catch your eyes. Expensive, less expensive and everydays. You may choose as you desire.
I watch a carcrash with badly outcome for one of the cars. A VW Polo coming out from a crossroad in high speed and smashes into another car as this one standing still waiting for another car to move. Loud sound filled the streets around and almost jumped up in to the air of surprise as I was looking for running water in the nearby area from my VW T25/T3 - Polarekspressen. It was a rainy day in Cannes and I stayed "at home" the hole day, making myself a tasty dinner of something I never tasted before. Something very french.
For some time ago I got a tip from a local travel agency about taking a coast road from Frèjus to Hyeres and I am leaving Cannes to get to Frèjus. Passing some amazing landscapes I realize that the area around Cannes is the area on this planet I would like to settle down in. I always range the places I visit in three categories: I will like to stay here for one more day; I would like to be here for one more month; I will like to live here. Cannes is today in my last category, along with Frèjus.
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