Le Clos Des Princes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the Jardin Exotique but you’d be wrong. That garden wasn't getting away from me. We were three quarters of the way there - camera or no camera we’d come too far to turn back.
At the top of the steps we paused briefly before climbing the last hill and that’s when we saw the most incredible view that any tourist could ever imagine anywhere in the entire world – at least, that’s how I remember it and, of course, we had no camera to take photos ...
... to get an autograph, but it was great that he had come out and was less than 3 metres away. The pit lane was a squeeze and not much fun for the vertically challenged, but nonetheless we also saw Valteri Bottas, Felipe Massa and Jean-Eric Verne walk by. Then we walked the wrong way round the track, passed Rascasse, swimming pool, and through the tunnel. Amazing! It takes about five minutes to walk through and the cars go through in 4-5 seconds.Sadly we ...
... a stunning sunset as well. Once we had figured out what to do the next day with trains and busses we headed to the supermarket to pick up dinner for the next few nights and breakfasts as well. Have to admit it was actually rather nice to prepare dinner, do the dishes and just roll into bed and not worry about having to head out somewhere and eat again! Quite tired so headed to bed by 9.00pm and it didn't take long to drop off to ...
... trip across the water was brief and allowed us time to munch on some baguettes for lunch. We were greeted in the Port of St Tropez by a dozen super yachts (these things were massive) plus a number of Ferraris and Lamborghinis parked alongside the port. We got off the ferry and wandered around what was at one point a sleepy fishing village before the money came to town. There were artists selling their wares along the water and bars, gelato ...
Walked up the Promenade des Anglais through the Le Tour merchandising stalls. At this stage only one official merchandising stand. Di and I went into "La chaise bleue" - lovely souvenir shop. Bought 2 tea towels, 2 hand towels, macaron soap and Le Negresco pencil. Then Di and I went to the Fragonard shop. I bought orange/pink shirt (50€) Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had their twins in Nice at Lenval Hospital in ...