Hotel F1 Frejus Roquebrune Sur Argens
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... for "Milena", and we were escorted in with a big smile. Jacques and Marina are regulars here, and the restaurant bends over backwards for them.... As it should be. The food, service and dinner were superb, as we enjoyed our last bottle of Chateau Robin(e) together. Knowing how much was still left for Marina to do, we ate quickly and returned to Milena.... Marina now is quietly doing everything she needs to do. Jacques is in bed, so with no disturbances she should ...
... at a time !!!
The area has not changed much since our last visit this time last year although we are at a different campsite much smaller and very friendly, the madam of the campsite cooks every evening and lots of people wander up to the reception area to buy whatever is being cooked . Think we may try her paella one evening.
... the gorge as you can tell from the photos and to see the lake at the end of the gorge is absolutly stunning.
We stopped by the lake and the dogs had a well deserved walk and swim in the lake and then we found a delightful bar for lunch !! After lunch we drove to a village called Moustiers where there is a chapel high up in the rocks and high above that is a gold star that was apparently a present from a Knight back in the dark ...
... He took our orders, entertained us with stories of his family and cooked our meals. Absolutely brilliant. After lunch we head back down the hill and had to reverse back up two or three times to let other vehicles past. Needless to say Mum was not looking and not that happy. Getting to the bottom of the hill we decided to visit the Villa de Rothchild. I don't know what mum did to Nancy but she directed us to what can only be called a goat track with asphalt. Once ...
... I have given some time to does something because of what I did or said, then I'll know. Perhaps I never will understand why. But whatever negatives I read about volunteering I know what I am doing and why. The people at Globalteer are stars, as are the staff at the projects they support. And I hope that if anyone reading this is thinking of volunteering that it will help them decide one way or the other. I'll get off the soap box now!