What a beautiful Merry-go-round....I saw this at the Promenade de la Croisette.
This is where the rich and famous shop in Cannes, Rue d'Antibes. You can find all sorts of designer clothing, furniture and jewellery. I forgot about the shops when I saw these flowers on the sidewalk. I have always loved to look at trees in winter. These are found in Alles de lar Liberte Charles de Gaulle, that is a short street in the heart of Cannes. From here, you can walk across to the Marina.Outside the Marina, I saw a stall selling some snacks and drinks. I bought the crepes and churros. It was the churros that caught my attention as we have crepes back in Malaysia. Churros are fried-dough pastry-based snacks. They are deep-fried and sprinkled with fine sugar. Ring a bell? Think doughnuts. Yes, they are like the doughnuts we get back in Malaysia. I mean the plain doughnuts. I have not seen and tasted churros before, it was my first time (actually every one of us in the tour). Some churros are made from potato flour.
I took a walk into the marina. I was not sure if it was allowed but I wanted so badly to be near the 'toys' of the rich and famous.
The view was so picturesque and I did not want to move or take my eyes away. The choice was not mine but I have to as we have a journey to continue.We left Cannes and headed back to Nice for lunch. :o)