Hotel Restaurant de l'Univers
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- Pets allowed
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... and out of touch with the universe for quiet some time.) I'm a little apprehensive but go ahead with it anyway. That night at dinner I was exceedingly thirsty, I don't know what Sylvia did with her needles but I had five glasses of water at dinner and then another three after wards. (Guess what I was doing every hour that night!) ...
Today did not turn out exactly as we intended!!
When down in the town yesterday we found out that there is a bus which runs along the coast, stopping at most resorts. The service on Sundays is quite restricted, but there was a bus to St Tropez at 11.35am and one back at 4pm.
We packed our lunch etc and wandered down to town. We thought the ...
... I have NEVER seen anything like it in real life. It was honestly the kind of thing you see on the news! There was no turning back now though so we pressed on. The water was half way up the wheels of passing cars, so I was ever so grateful for the super chunky tyres I have on Lily. I think if she had "normal" tyres on, I would be writing this blog on a hotel room on my way home. There is no doubt about it if she didn't have the super tyres on, she would had ...
... highlight of the night was a very intriguing man called red jock man, who throughout the afternoon seemed to shed layers of clothing (voluntarily unlike Sal) until he was just in a pair of very tight red jocks. Whatever he was on it seemed to work for him, and he was busting out some very impressive dance moves until he became a sweaty mess (which unfortunately for those around him still didn't stop him). The boys thought the whole thing was ...
... Italy, both its conduct and its contributions have been largely ignored. Planned originally as a simultaneous complement to OVERLORD, the cross-Channel attack on Normandy, ANVIL actually took place over two months later, on 15 August 1944, making it appear almost an afterthought to the main Allied offensive in northern Europe. Yet the success of ANVIL and the ensuing capture of the ...