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... the town. We bought delicious baguettes for lunch and ate them while walking around the marina.
There was some serious money parked in that harbour.
We all picked out our favourite boat. The kids need to study hard, marry well or start buying lottery tickets!!
We hopped back into the car and drove to Cannes, enjoying the scenery along the way.
We arrived, found a hotel and then walked down the road and ate dinner at a Turkish kebab shop.
We slept ...
... 400-500 euro per night. We noted cheaper options in the towns near St Tropez. Ang was keen to have a look at St Raphael before we left, but Craig was keen to avoid the downtown area and to instead to go to what was described as fishing village, St Aygulf for brunch. A couple of hiccups following the GPS verbal instructions saw us drive through the middle of town on the way to St Aygulf, which we should've known was a lot bigger than a fishing village and ...
... seemed only right that we put Skody through his paces F1-style! Well we both completed the 3.2km track in probably 2 world record times, unfortunately due to the traffic lights, other cars and pedestrians, it would have been the slowest rather than fastest times ever! There was one slightly hairy moment when a DB9 pulled out in front of us without looking and we nearly had a bump, one that would ...
I decided to update Cannes and then go back and finish my escapes with Jackie as after a few days in with Jackie this old gal needed some rest and relaxation and Cannes was the perfect place to do it.
The homeless in Cannes keep all their stuff in a suitcase makes it easy to travel to the next sun destination I guess.
If the sequin thong bikini fits, it doesn't mean you should buy it...stop and ...
... choice of garages there. So I set off again.
The last bit of the La Route de Napoleon (Napoleon Road) from Gap to Cannes began wonderfully – huge stretches of country roads between hills followed by sharp corner turns at the edge of the mountains and drives through the roads carved into the rocks, with some sharp pieces sticking out over the passing vehicles, looking like they are about to fall any moment. Sunshine, breathtaking views and a lovely warm breeze from ...