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MORE FEEDERS IN CANNES

by elizabeth horrell utytt
There is a list of activities by Killer-papers.com that must be done to make your weekend in Cannes feeders:

Take a walk around the old town, in the area of ​​Rue Coste-Corail. Especially cool in the evening when the lights are turned on, silence and you are as if in a dream. 

These are very different Cannes, which few people talk about.

Dine at the Tredici Old Town Restaurant. This is the most atmospheric and emotional establishment in Cannes. No flatulence and gloss. Tasty, large portions. And around the house, like the scenery of the film.

Sit in the blue portable chairs on La Croisette, enjoy the view and the aroma of the sea.

Go to the very, very end of the promenade. Tourists rarely get there. But there is a solitary ocean of yachts. Sit, breathe, mark that one of these yachts is yours and back to reality.

Buy a package of Comté cheese from the Monoprix market and gut it all.

Buy a new pair of shoes at Galerie Lafayette or Texto.

Breakfast with a croissant in any boulangerie, for example in Marcellino By Boutros.
Look at vintage brooches and pendants at a flea market on the Liberty Walk. It works on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Buy some goodies at Forville Market.

Walk past the Astoux et Brun fish restaurant. He is considered the best in seafood, but there are unbearable, rude waiters. So just walk past and go to the fish store across the road. Buy fresh oysters (a dozen costs € 12-20). You can ask them to open you on the spot. But bear in mind that it will cost almost the same as a dozen oysters. If you decide to save money and turn dinner into a Bear Grylls show “Survive at Any Cost”, open the clams yourself. But first, make sure you have an oyster knife at home. And take care of your fingers.

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