Hotel Des Moulins
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... could chill. After we got back we drove 5min down the road to a spectacular part of the coast called Parc du mugel. Some amazing ocean colour, sheer cliffs and views of the town. Dinner was great as our view from the apartment was gorgeous so we sat, ate and soaked it up. We left the next day for Beaulieu-sur-Mer (near ...
... by a mobile tour of the actual port. We then got lunch at a small cafe inside some sort of an outdoor dinning area in a transparent cube. We then continued our day to FedEx Express where we received a nice presentation and tour of FedEx Express and their facility which is set up for loading and packing air freight containers. We then took the train back to Lyon and had a night to enjoy more of the nightlife and culture of Lyon.
Then it was a short 15 minute drive to one of the best known resorts in Europe, Saint Tropez. This is where all the celebrities come to play and be seen. Unfortunately we didn’t recognise any celebrities today. Along the curved harbour we admired the expensive yachts and cruisers. St Tropez’s streets are also full of Porches, BMW Mercedes and Aston Martins.
St Tropez’s most famous resident is ...
... time I pass the cherry tree I can reach up for a snack, so life is so good!!
For dinner tonight it was just Angus, David, and I, since everyone else was out of town for the day. After dinner David took me for a ride on his scooter and we saw the most gorgeous bright red sunset across the beautiful farms and tiled red houses!! It’s only been one full day and I feel like I’ve already gotten to see so many new things, I can’t even explain how excited I ...
... some problems with the native Ligurians and the Greeks were not very good at being warriors. Their solution was to get help from the Romans who moved in and defeated the Ligurians in 123 BC. They named the area Provence Romana, which was later shorted to Provence. The Romans occupied the area for600 years. And here’s where I must have fallen asleep because my notes then skip to the modern era – do your own research if you ...