La Bastide de Saint Tropez
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well, it all fit back in the suitcases! That is the bonus in my world! :-) We left about 8:00am and headed to St. Tropez. The boats were huge and the breeze was welcome. Wandered around to see what the area was all about-some very nice places to spend your money. Lunch was from an upscale French version of Subway. I am so sorry if I offended anyone …
... accent saying **** made it all the more funny. Being so happy from the news of the campsite I was in hysterics at this lady. The 3* campsite was immense, the best luxury of this trip, it was more of a resort than a campsite. Swimming pools, slides, hot showers, wifi, TV rooms were what luxury was! Ben and I relaxed again, being totally ****** from our long day of exploring- I could sit here all night, beer is so cheap and watching the night sky costs nothing.
Woke late at about 8.30am to the sights of a lot of boats in the harbor. Had a quick shower and up to brekky. Decided to get the tender at 10.30 and head into st Tropez. What a day. Gorgeous weather and a lovely town. Went to many of MOHs old haunts and ended up buying a panama hat,silk scarf and a cashmere jumper for Moh. I bought an alpaca jumper for $185e and my Chanel chance perfume for 95. Lunched at Lescale where ka ...
Our last stop in Italy was close to the French boarder at San Remo. We hired a car and using San Remo as our base explored all along the coastline of the French Riviera encompassing Monte Carlo, Cannes, La Napoule, Port Grimaud and St Tropez.
Being the playground for the rich and famous, there was no end of luxury to how the other half live. With its glistening seas and idyllic beaches, the French Riviera screamed exclusivity, extravagance and excess.
This morning, I took a stroll up to the old Mougins Town.
Being fairly early Sunday morning, there wasn't much action. Just a few business owners starting to clean their territory ready for the next onslaught of tourists.
I took a few pics to put up.
After lunch, Juliet and I walked down to the bus stop, intending to catch the bus into Cannes and go to a beach for a swim. However, when the bus pulled ...