Residence Au Grand Sud
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... ashore. We located several of the specialty restaurants and the theater. We stop by the dining reservation desk and make reservations for two of the specialty restaurants. Teppanyaki is my first choice but it is full most nights but we get a reservation for tonight at 5pm. We also make one for Cagney's for Mykonos day since we will be back on ship early. We then check at the guest services desk and find out that we have credit of $110 ...
... lay on the sun beds and read. And read some more. Bliss. For so many reasons we never spend that much time on the beach back home so it was a nice thing to do today. There are a lot of beach clubs here - I don't understand why there aren't even a few of these up and down the coast in Perth - is it just a planning issue?? The traffic out of St Tropez was even worse than market day. Took us an hour to drive 10km so we had a quick shower and another delicious picnic dinner in ...
... at the town quay. Laura met us on the dock with lots of hugs and smiles and we all dropped our kit and headed to a local restaurant for lunch.
I’d already had some good banter with the boys on the trip over from Mallorca and it was nice to relax with a great crew and catch up with all the news.
In the afternoon the boys set to work on deck while Laura and I made beds and sorted ...
... with creme caramel to follow. M. also has success in purchasing some reading glasses to replace the ones that got broken earlier on our trip.
Leaving the shopping centre, at first all seems to go well... we are shortly back on the motorway and heading out of town, looking forward to our hotel and an afternoon swim. However, just as I
am about to say:'
We must be nearly back by now!''
M exclaims: 'Where the hell ...
... Marseilles). Carson had many adventures at the toll booths: getting in the wrong lanes, our Visa card not working and having to run across the many lanes of traffic, not being able to reach the change, etc.. We finally got a hold of the Boyé family via Carson’s phone and got their address. After popping it into the GPS we were all set.
Upon reaching Marc-Antoine’s street in Roqufort-de-Boulogne we couldn’t quite ...