Hotel Le Mandala
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... still some views available from the road. We found the car parking for mobile homes and made our way through the gates to find a spot, one of hundreds and hundreds of spaces however there were only a handful of vehicles there. I imagine it would be a nightmare trying to get parking through the summer. We parked Fifi up, locked up and headed out. The parking is on the marina so we wandered along the pathway towards the hub of the town. I think I ...
... the French are genuinely nice people.
Back on the sand, we just sat there; loving every minute. I felt quite perverted as I had my camera out around all of these topless women and men in speedo's. However, without doing this I wouldn't have got the amazing shots that I did. Whilst Ben and I were sunbathing, I caught glimpse of a guy who I had previously laughed at because he kept making duck noises when he swam. This time he was led down on ...
... dropped us at the marina. There was a sailing regatta on and so we had the chance to see lots of massive, austere, luxurious boats and yachts. There were some great cars cruising around and the base of St Tropez is a smallish and very stylish fishing village. After grabbing a quick bagguette overlooking the marina, we set off for a wander.
We went through small attractive streets filled ...
Ooh the glamour...where???
This has to be our biggest disappointment for beaches yet. Perhaps our expectations were too high. Densley populated gravel-sand beaches. A bit like trying to find a parking space, when one party leaves the beach a queue of others are ready to take their place.
Thankfully we had a delightful company all week to distract us from these ...
Today the Rough Guide told us not to visit the Papal Palace of Avignon because the actual grandeur and splendour is in the building rather than the fixtures and fittings of the palace. I have to say that this is correct, however, if you don't go into the palace you won’t get the commentary on the history of why the catholic church left the Vatican in the early 14th and 15th centuries and how this ...