Le Logis du Guetteur
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- Swimming pool
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Yet another journey to the playgrounds of the rich and the famous on the French Riviera. We jumped into Fifi and hit the highway for the gorgeous town of St Tropez (pronounced San Tropay), now look at the title of today's blog and you will see the poet in me;-) It is approximately just over an hour south of Cannes and I must admit it was nice being back on the road again, giving Fifi a run. There is only one way in and one way out of St Tropez and ...
... to leave home before 1 pm. But eat, then leave we finally did.
Manfred expertly drove us through the Var countryside to the chapel of Ste Roseline de Villeneuve, located outside the village of Les Arcs-Sur Argens. Between the car park, which overlooks beautiful fields and vineyards, and the chapel one must go through a very stylish winery, Chateau Sainte Roseline. It was a bit ironic that an ascetic saint, interested only in helping the ...
... to be 'westernized'. Maybe it's for the tourists? Who knows? We took a drive to a nursery and drive along the coast through Ste. Rafaele. It was beautiful but I could not believe the tourists. It's only April!!! I'm sure the long weekend has something to do with it. It will be an early night. I have to prepare my stuff and get sorted for tomorrow. Milan here I come! Q13 Name three major cities in ...
Today is another relaxing day. I went with my little cousins to Hyper U And bought a plant (a thyme type plant) for my aunt and some solar lights. She has about 100 lights outside that illuminate her front yard in a rainbow of colours. I thought I would add to her collection as a 'thank you'. Last time I was here, I have my aunt a rosemary plant. I can't believe how much it ...
... traveling alone. I'm seeing things I have not seen before. Deeper, more meaningful things. Not just physical. The rich history definitely doesn't hurt! Enough heavy talk for one day. On a lighter note, we made home made tomato sauce and meatballs. It's interesting how she makes them and will definitely try it out at home. I'm sure dinner will be amazing. I spoke with two of my cousins today too, both from Italy. I also called ...