Hotel Le Mouillage
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... narrow streets and pulled in for the night. The owner didn't speak a word of English but we somehow conveyed we would like to stay one night. €15. After setting up the van with power we headed for a wander to the nearby bay. Post walk we had a game of cards while milky cooked tuna spaghetti. Finished off the evening with game of cards well into the evening whilst listening to ...
... on female tourists like myself haha.. He didn’t seem creepy... he was actually just pretty hilarious! I told him maybe on the way back and then jipped my way quickly off the boat!
I went for a stroll up through the old town of Saint-Tropez and found an art Studio belonging to Ivan Hor (http://www.ivanhor.net/). He is an awesome artist that David introduced me too that makes 3d artwork out of paper boats. ...
... bridge. Another thing we’ll have to google.
Being the longest day of the year, for 2012, in the Northern Hemisphere. It was adorably hot and we thoroughly enjoyed cooling off in the icy river below the Pont du Gard. Today it is visited by tourists, who are like the passengers on the 2000 year old stone vessel, as they lackadaisically meander from one end of its length to the other.
Later in the afternoon, much to Bill’s chagrin, ...
... so unfortunately we didn't get the chance to work on our all-over tan. Maybe next time. On the way back to Aix, we stopped at a famous Cistercian abbey that was built in the 12th and 13th century (it took 150 years to build), L'Abbaye du Thoronet. It was an interesting piece of history but not the most spectacular building we've ever seen.
On Sunday, we cycled to one of the nearby ...
Cannes is most famous for its yearly famous Film festival. It began in 1946 shortly after World War II. The city also has a long history, although most of it took place on the nearby Lerins islands where until this day one can find remains of old battles from shipwrecks and cannon posts as well as a monks with a community of Cistercian monks which have inhabited the island since AD 410. Throughout the 19th century, various ...