Best Western Hotel Montfleuri
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... streets, and cute little shops, bakeries and hotels. The next morning, we hopped on a train to spend the day in Cannes. We were armed with our bathing suits, as it was a sunny day, and we knew we'd want to head to the beautiful beaches. When we got off the train, we headed straight for the Palais des Festivales to get a glimpse at where the red carpet would be the following night. We walked along the coast, looking at all the super expensive hotels where all the ...
... and much, much more. Everything in fabulous colours and of dubious quality and heritage. Kit and Lizzie bought friendship bracelets. Lizzie also bought a watch strap and confounded me and the Madame by asking for it without the removable watch as we have the watch at home, apparently! What do I know?
When we left at midday, the market was still teeming with people as it had been since 9.30 when I went through on the breakfast run. Our conclusion ...
... down a cobbled side street, with tables outside and romance in the air. Apart from getting accosted by bad musicians, rose sellers and dudes peddeling dancing minstrel toys, it was a pleasant experience. However all this talk of French cusiene being outstanding is a load of tosh. It was nice. I've had better. About the only thing I really adore is a creme brulee.
... towards Cannes, via Marseilles. This was mostly the same route as we took a few weeks ago. The service on the train was 'French'. A train attendant was offering the passengers in the cabin a drink and a snack, but the moment he noticed that we were not French he asked us if we were traveling with Air France (as the train has a stop at CDG airport), as we did not, we did not get a drink. He did not ask any of the other passengers in ...