Hotel La Villa
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... that we intend to spend time at St Tropez but hotels there are very expensive. They said that it's expensive anyway but there is a major yachting regatta on in St Tropez this weekend. We headed off and the roughly 20km drive to St Maxime took about 30 minutes. The GPS voice guided us perfectly to our hotel, Les Jardins de Sainte Maxime. It's a big two storey complex with a lot of rooms about 5km outside St Maxime on the road to St Tropez. But we've ...
Today we took the train to Monaco in the morning... The train trip was worth it in itself as we sat upstairs which gave us some stunning views if the Riviera. Arrived in Monaco and emerged from train station on the cliff top. Down we went via the roadway, paths and steps instead of using the lifts and escalators so we could admire the view. Once at the bottom we started to get a sense of the money involved in this place, we wondered ...
... This has not been helped by the way that the French have organised their transport system. The taxis have to be ordered, you can’t flag one down. When you eventually manage to get through to the taxi office and request a pick up don’t be surprised when it doesn’t show up! This is quite normal. Also when you ask for directions to the taxi area, the locals think its amusing to send you to opposite ends of the town. I think they do this ...
... about being full on several occasions - I think I have taken close to 2000 photos. Every view seemed to merit a picture. Every sky, every landscape more stunning than the last.
If I were only allowed to remember one thing about Peru, it would be the sky. Happily I am allowed more than one!
I packed, checked out and was ready for Annie at 10. The sky was a deep blue and as we meandered (oh dear, Annie hurt her ankle yesterday so has a swollen ...
... wonderful tour of the French Riviera. Zack dropped us off in historic Antibes for a short walkabout and we loved the quaint boutiques, pedestrian alleyways, and wonderful weather. We were able to do some shopping and the it was off to Zack's fantastic villa for some amazing hospitality. Upon arrival we discovered we had exclusive use of the wonderful and charming guesthouse and watch out...the Faidi hospitality was in full force. After dropping our luggage we came around ...