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... for the time that we have spent with you, on holiday and at home !!!! Around 5 we got the boatback to the other side, we had passed a good day and Andrea made some miammi pasta for dinner. 4th We paid the camping, which was more expensive than before (38 a night) off course because of the location but also because we are now in July, so high season :-( and we left around 10:30 direction ...
... the Revolution and 1968 the buildings were left vacant, and began to seriously decay into the surrounding forest. Finally, in 1968 painstaking renovations began, which lasted for over 20 years. The renovators used materials and building techniques similar to those when the monastery was originally built. Then in 1986 an order of contemplative nuns founded in 1950 took residence. The name of their order is a real mouthful: “Communauté Monastique Bethléem, de ...
... a nosy walk on the marina, we returned to our humble Passion Wagon which in this neighborhood looked even more scruffier than it actually was.
We moved onto the ever so enthusiastically acclaimed French Riviera.
Port Grimaud was the place we randomly chose, on the north shore of the Golfe de Saint-Tropez.
This 'town' was an architectural experiment of Alsatian architect, François Spoerry.
He wanted to create a
completely new Venetian ...
... We made our way to the platform on the D “Vert” line. Southbound for two stops sounds simple, doesn't it? Now add three kids, a wife, bulky luggage, a small lift with two sweaty Frenchmen and an English mother and child. Apparently they were on an adventure due to “your daddy was supposed to meet us but he is not here” .......sounds like a tough moment ahead for one lucky chap.
As the lift opened, a train pulled in and ...
... places, the look and feel was exactly how we remembered it from all those years ago.
We stayed in a super, spacious 6-berth caravan - our 'Little House on Les Prairies' The only problem was that there was no satellite TV. Not even in 2011! What? That was a disappointment for my son - but for me and my husband, well, we couldn't have cared less!
If you want to stay in the Gulf of St Tropez and not get ripped off this is the only place to stay. ...