Hotel Le Mas Des Oliviers
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Yet another journey to the playgrounds of the rich and the famous on the French Riviera. We jumped into Fifi and hit the highway for the gorgeous town of St Tropez (pronounced San Tropay), now look at the title of today's blog and you will see the poet in me;-) It is approximately just over an hour south of Cannes and I must admit it was nice being back on the road again, giving Fifi a run. There is only one way in and one way out of St Tropez and ...
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... beer, German work ethic and economic success. To the south of the Alps is Mediterranean Europe, a land of salad and wine, olives and sun, economic torpor and, eventually, Africa. These mountains represent not only a physical divide, but also a cultural one.
But none of this was enough to attract us here. What we came for was the mountain roads; by reputation the best motorcycle roads in the world. But in the Alps, there was more to the roads than ...
... the best beach we've discovered on the French Riviera thus far.
We left the beach when the sun did, and then wandered around until we chanced upon a creperie. We reasoned that, since we're in France, we needed to eat the most delicious, gluttonous, liqueur-soaked, ice cream-filled crepe we could find. So we did.
... was like summer camp, only better. I met some awesome people from all over, it was awesome to share knowledge with others about what to do in the city, what to avoid, what places have long lines, the experience there was just something you can’t get in a hotel or elsewhere.
Basically, my experience in Barcelona consisted of getting up, figuring out where people wanted to go that day, going to said places, coming back, making dinner at the hostel, ...