Hotel La Boulangerie
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... 8364;1.6m, I kid you not. Definitely out of our price range lol. We wandered through these gorgeous laneways and back streets wide enough for one car, definitely not made for Fifi. We wound our way up to the highest point in St Tropez to the fort built between the 14th & 15th century and still in amazing condition. Took some great photos and headed back down to the centre. To the back of St Tropez and away from the centre are these ...
... to the fridge and all of out stuff.
Some highlights of the trip so far:
Red Bull Cliff Diving in La Rochelle was absolutely mental. 27 metres is really high, and these dudes do twisting summersaults into the water! We also both really liked La Rochelle and would like to re-visit one day and spend some more time there.
The sand dune at Pyla on the Atlantic Coast was absolutely enormous, and totally took me by surprise. I had refused ...
... finished the cheesecake - looks good! It started to rain after lunch but we walked to the centre of anyway - the rain stopped pretty much as soon as we left and the sun finally arrived. Walked around the town and the beach, then played minigolf (which I won) and took some photos in the same place as 3 years ago. How we've both grown up! Had a little siesta by ...
... highlight in this city was the spectacular display of Yates. The different types, sizes, colours, names, luxury, etc. is just worth to see. From Saint Tropez we drove to our hotel in Nimes. It was a bit late by the time that we arrived. We only had time for dinner, but what a dinner. Leesa found a place on Internet called Au Flan Coco which was just awesome. We had a three course meal by a very decent price for what we got. I will definitively recommend this ...
Onward, we drove south through twisting, winding country roads, past signs for the prehistoric 'grottes' (caves) that are in abundance in this area, through the pretty village of Eternoz and on to Nans-sous-Sainte-Anne, forty-four kilometres south of Besanšon where Source du Lison and the Pont du Diable are situated.
The Source du Lison (translated Spring of the Lison) is an impressive karst spring,
The river flows out of the ...
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