Hotel Le Provencal
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Today we got up and went down and had breakfast in our hotel.
Then we caught the ferry "Bateau Vert" across to Port Grimaud. It was hot and sticky. Port Grimaud is a seaside town with canals like a mini Venice. House owners can have their boats right up to the pontoon in front of their house. No houses are under $1,000,000 Euros here.
We hired an electric boat, it was very slow but ...
Today is Mum and Dad's Wedding Anniversary they got married today in 2004. We went downstairs and had breakfast.
After breakfast we went upstairs and got ready then walked to the Bateau Vert and went across to Port Grimaud. Its a seaside port with canals and fishing houses built on the water (like Venice) so people who own boats can park them at the front door.
Then we had a look around, when we were walking around we saw people in a little hired boat. ...
... town dates back to the 4th century. We haven't actually seen it yet but will do when we leave this strange little Peninsula where we will stay in Camping Olbia for three days. There is little or no cycling this week. My legs require a break and it's good to have a few days off. We have come for the peaceful coastal walks and swimming in tiny secluded bays that we have read about. So we thought! We didn't realise that this week ...
... so we felt good.
We had a brief break before heading to Disney Trivia where we won!
Then it was off so the girls could experience the Aqua Dunk. The day was grey and windy and a little on the cool side (74 degrees F) so we only rode it twice. Then the girls went off to nap and relax while Nikki and I sat on the deck for a while. Nik decided she wanted to rest in the room and The Emperor’s New Groove was on the Funnel Vision and I stayed on ...
The first stop on the ship is Toulon, France.
Toulon is a port town, with not a lot on offer without a 7 hour tour (which didn't interest us much), so we really enjoyed the opportunity to just take it easy today.
We have had a very relaxing day in this City on the water.
We went from the pool to the buffet and back a few times, and then dropped the children into the Kids Club for a couple of hours while Daryl and I went ashore for ...