Hotel La Croisette
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a stainless steel and wood pattern which looked like train tracks, so we followed them and came to what looked like an old station building by a roundabout (every station building in France looks the same) Around the corner, across the roundabout where what looked like bus stops. - and then...... the only bus to St Tropez that morning.....PASSED ...
... the people next to us and they were so close that we felt part of their conversation anyway, although we couldn't understand it, though laughter is universal. Ang asked if the large numbers of people is normal for a Friday. This question was vastly better than the one she said she was going to ask, which was "do you worry about skin cancer?". Anyway, they said yes, but that the weekends are good because there are a lot more people there at the weekends! We ...
... local village life. The city mayor oversaw a complex system of entitlement where every family had space allocated in a crotti for the storage of wine, cheese, bresaola (air dried salt beef) and other perishables. The daily trip to the grotto to bring back wine for the evening meal was the job of the old men who would use the entrance to the caves to socialise and share their cheese and bresaola.
By this stage in the story it was about 2300h, ...
... about 4 seconds before declaring she simply had to go in, so Poppy and I watched and waved from the Promenade. After her cooling dip we walked back through the old streets, saw the Palace of Justice and an Art/Book market, then headed off back to camp. We did stop briefly on the route back at a supermarket to get some last minute French supplies before heading off to Italy!
... 20 seats in it we are all waiting--all 300 of us. They literally left us there for over an hour with no AC and they would not open the doors. No one could be bothered to tell anyone what was going on--they just left us there. At 3:30 I asked this guy, a worker if he could give us information he said to me "who told you to come here? Why don't you go upstairs and wait?" At which point I told him MY TICKET TOLD ME THAT I HAD TO BE HERE. ...