Yes, we Cannes: Fine food, beautiful beaches, palatial hotels and quaint little streets
There’s much more to the sun-kissed French town than its world-famous film festival, writes Colette Sexton
The rich and famous of this world tend to arrive fashionably late, but I, being neither rich nor famous, do not adhere to those rules. Instead, without so much as a thimble of style, I arrived a week ahead of one of the world’s most glamorous events, the Cannes Film Festival.
While Cannes comes to the forefront of the world’s attention during the film festival, which takes place every May, the town is...
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