Dining Out in Cannes (or Near It) #4

12 06 2015

So the dinner in La Napoule at this lovely seafood restaurant turned out to be another highlight of my trip to Cannes.

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Where we usually dine in the winter.

Where we usually dine in the winter.

The table I thought we were going to get as I saw our host's name on it.  We ended up at another table.

The table I thought we were going to get as I saw our host’s name on it. We ended up at another table.

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My vodka-soaked sorbet.

Group picture!

Group picture! L to R: German, Danish, Dutch, English, Japanese, English in Hong Kong & French. We are missing our Swedish, Norwegian & Canadian regulars.

With two of the guys went to a pool party to meet up with a friend, a client of one of the guys.

With two of the guys went to a pool party to meet up with an acquaintance, a client of one of them. We almost didn’t get in becuz of too many people and security giving us a hard time until the host of the party personally came out and rescued us.

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One more bar afterwards by which time I am dead tired and falling asleep.

One more bar afterwards by which time I was dead tired and falling asleep.

Rue d'Antibe, Cannes by night.

Rue d’Antibe, Cannes by night.

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