Hôtel Font Mourier
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... high rises to be seen, everything has been kept in its original form. We found this gorgeous little bakery and bought a couple of baby baguettes, took them back to Fifi for lunch. I have never eaten such yummy bread, the French certainly make great bread, it is so light and crunchy,yummy. I have to say I was smitten with St Topez, it is elegant and understated and the locals have managed to keep the Old World Charm of bygone days, simply ...
... seats and unfortunately it was like that the whole 55 minute ride. The bus was pretty full and as is the norm there are seats for disabled, we stopped at a stop and this old lady clamoured aboard with her cane and a very scowly face, she stopped next to a seat that was occupied by another not so old lady and the scowly faced woman demanded this seat, waved her cane around and was growling and embarrassing the poor woman into standing and moving and ...
... I love this y down tree/bougainvillea decorated one lane street, with Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Rolls and Mercedes slowly cursing by as their occupants were looking into the boutique windows, thru the shaded window cracks of their cars . All at once the Lamborghini sped up, screeched to a stop, pulled up onto the side walk, and it's driver ran into a store..... Hmmmmm.... Would you leave your Lamborghini in the street as you ran into a shop? It ...
... to the church, and a local shopkeeper was filling a bucket and washing things with it. I ran my hands in the cold water and she said "Bonjour", to which I replied, and then she said something else in French. I had to apologise that I could not speak French, and she seemed intrigued rather than annoyed that someone in this town would be a tourist. It occurs to me that one of the reasons I prefer small towns is that there are no tourists - but ironically it means ...
... late and rather amusingly traveled directly behind the apartment block we will be staying in. Outside we joined the taxi queue somewhat bemused by the row of taxi cabs parked up without a single driver in and no taxis coming. In true Brit spirit I set off to find an alternative mode of transport or rustle up a taxi driver. After a couple of aborted "excuse mois's" I returned empty handed, to see taxis beginging to show up. We reached the front of the ...