La Bastide de Saint Tropez
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... buttons trying to get it to wake up. It came to life when Clint restarted the car. Phew!
We punch in Nice, and we are on our way.
It is a bright sunny day. We are sad to be leaving Italy. Clint and I had been keeping up with the news in Paris. We hadn't spoken to the kids about it yet. Meg is worried.
The landscape changes and we cross the border into France. The Renault is home - we we!
We drove through Nice and then onto Monaco. We parked and ...
When we arrived, I was blown away by how clean and nice it was! It was something that was hidden from the majority of tourists. The sun beamed down on us with no clouds in the sky "C'est la vie", parking up near the yachts we wandered around having no idea where we were or where to go. I can't stop admiring and taking places of the places I see; it doesn't feel as if this trip is real, it's amazing but I am dreading the editing process. ...
Heading west today, we took the motorway back to Frejus and then drove cross country to the coast to explore the western end of the French Riviera. Stopped for coffee at Ste Maxime and then Port Grimaud, we explored this marina town on foot. Purpose built apparently for the wealthy, the houses all had marina berths for back gardens. I climbed ...
... to see this beautiful town at night as well.
After dinner we packed our bags and left them outside our stateroom, not to be seen again until we left the ship the following morning. The last night of any cruise is always my least favorite, but I was looking forward to spending another couple of days in the south of France by ...
... hidden behind some stores and if you forget the smell it`s quite interesting. I also heard that some millionaires come to town with their boats. To be honest, it wasn't such a thrill as I thought it would be. You certainly need a big wallet to really enjoy the shops.