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 ...
... locals so it was clearly a popular place to meet up and socialise on a Saturday - usually a good sign of where to eat. Before leaving the village, as advised at the tourist office, we collected a key for the Blue Chapel from one of the bars. This simple, tiny place of worship was constructed in the 60s and as the name implies has a blue colour scheme inside and out. The side walls have murals depicting the birth and death of Christ along their ...
... 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 ...
We had a lovely lunch at the Nid d'Aigle which is the highest restaurant in town. The best part (for us) was that they provided Nicolas with his own highchair and a plaything to go with it. He sat quietly for our entire lunch (unheard of!) and I actually got to eat my whole meal without having to get up once to tend to him. What luxury!
After Eze, we carried on to Menton which is the last town in France before ...
... when they came for that 3 day sail. It was back to routine and I slipped into it quite easily again. Making the beds, cleaning the heads, washing the dishes and making sure the exterior was worthy of praise came quite habitually. There wasn’t much wind so we ended up motoring most places. There was one pretty cool event that took place however and it came by huge surprise. It was early hours of the morning and we were all still sleeping. I was busy dreaming about thunder ...