Today’s excursion took us further along the French Riviera to Cannes – about a one-hour drive. Finding suitable parking started to become a problem, as most parking was underground and the height restriction was either 1.8 or 1.9 metres, meaning the Defender wouldn’t fit. We found an open-air car-park further down the promenade but that was full! Eventually, we drove inland a bit and found an almost empty open-air car-park from which we walked back to the promenade.
For lunch we stopped at a roadside restaurant called Le Rendez-Vous. I had six nice fresh oysters followed by frogs legs in garlic butter. Lovely!
After lunch, we passed by the theatre that hosts the Cannes Film Festival and looked at the hand imprints of famous actors. We had a peek at the beach and wandered around the shopping district for a while.
Our week in Eze Bord de Mer is almost over. Tomorrow we’ll drive to Lyon where we’ll stay for a couple of nights.