Hotel Le Mouillage
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... The food the past couple of days had been extraordinary!!
This was my last night here in the Cote D'Azur, South of France, French Riviera ~ whatever you want to call it. I so enjoyed Jackie, Patrick & Gabe's company, it was a lot of fun & I'm thankful for their generosity & friendship. I am definitely going to be returning home to change a few things in my daily routine for the better! ...
... Patrick was a great tour guide & I managed to grab a few things to take home, like herbs de Provence, dijon & tarragon mustards & French sea salt. The wine section was out of this world, rows & rows of wines & I had no idea how you choose a bottle. So, I went by the pretty labels!
Made a couple more stops & then it was my favorite meal of day ~ lunch! Jackie & Patrick knew the chef at the restaurant we were ...
... a vine covered arch took us to the exclusive Club 55, which is reputed to be the hot spot for the "entitled" set of St. Tropez to spend the day at the beach. This is a curious beach "ritual", there are no real permanent structures along this beach (we presume they are not allowed by zoning), but there are quaint cabanas built from wood that looks like driftwood, with thatched roofs. We reserved one of ...
Ah, Saint Tropez!
We took the tender to shore and walked, and walked, and WALKED all day long! We didn't even stop for lunch.
We wandered all over town - and just walked to our heart's content. We made our way to the outskirts of the old town up high, near the park - and came upon a most interesting sight. there off to the left, was an old fashioned laundry - done by hand. We just missed someone doing ...
While driving to Saint Tropez we were lucky to pass though a stretch of coast called 'Massif de l'esterel’ a place remarkable for its red rock cliffs and eucalyptus trees. Sound familiar? It really looked like home, the water so bright and clear. It was fantastic to see it, but we were suddenly reminded how much France hates motorhomes. Lets say we are second class tourists, because we can barely park anywhere! Most parks specifically say NO CAMPERS or have a 2m boom gate. ...