Hotel La Petite Auberge (The Small Inn)
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... Lovely towns and houses and beautiful blue water. There was a market on in St Tropez and there were people everywhere. We had a look around but it was mostly clothing and shoes. Another lovely little town though, with narrow streets and cute houses.
Not far down the road was a camping area and we stayed there for the night.
We spent another boring necessary travel day to get from Aix to Nice. The first leg was great, easy train access and a quick trip down to Marseille. Then the wait was on as the train to take us from Marseille was over 30 minutes late departing and by the time we arrived in Nice we were over an hour behind. We bought our tickets from Nice to Milan for October 5th but couldn't reserve spaces on the Italian section for our bikes. We hope that will work out.
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... cold again and I have got the tracky dacks out of the garage and the girls will need to sleep in their sleeping bags tonight. The restaurant game has been carried on throughout the day, its amazing how they come up with these games and the amount of fun they have basically doing the same thing over and over, even if Jess and I are not overly involved. So that has pretty much been today, not much going on at all. Jess thought that I ...
... 16% gradient) on the way Moustiers and then a hill climb to get into the town. Who designs these roads! Moustiers is a gorgeous little town with quite an ancient past and is known for its earthernware. Mousiters has its origins in the creation of a monestary and the church that still stands today was built onto an earlier church (from the 8th century). A very old, old building. Moustiers like Old Nice, has a lot of narrow cobblestoned ...
... day started out with a quick exodus from the hotel in Apt. Weather predictions were conflicting; some said rain in the afternoon, others, high temperatures and sun. Our next hotel was to have a pool, so whether to escape the heat or beat the rain, we all wanted to get on our way without much delay.
After doing some quick bike mechanics by and for Dave C we were ready to leave town as a group. Dave A. and Cynthia had already departed a half ...