Le Verger Maelvi
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... left a slick of saliva in my wake just looking at the very expensive and beautiful rich people's toys that are berthed there. The beautiful terrace houses are fantastic and have been left externally in their simplistic form, although I believe there has been and is still continuing, a lot of renovating inside. These properties are selling for millions of euro's and the space is quite small, there was one place we saw for sale, 106sq mtr ...
... we drove to the beautiful canal port of Grimaud. Justifying our visit, promising to take the children to something they wanted to do the following day. However, it turned out that this visit to Port Grimaud was just as stimulating for them as us. We walked through the amazing village of Port Grimaud, over quaint bridges spanning across the canals where we saw some absolutely amazing million dollar yachts/boats (which we ...
... 3 point turn, stopping traffic to reverse out the port..... Some tense moments and we headed straight out to Nice to our hotel. Well that was a disaster too- our hotel is in the centre of Nice old town and there was nowhere to park the bloody campervans again!! So we headed out of Nice to the Avis agency which was of course closed for lunch!!! After paying $500 excess (both Gary and Pete had clipped the passenger side mirrors) we got to wave the campervans ...
... tunnel of snakes to find said butcher firmly behind the counter and ordered lamb kebab and lamb sausages (absolutely delicious, by the way).
I moved on to the Hyper Casino. As ever these hyper markets are bland and you have to work to find a bite of personality. I managed this by upsetting the lady on the self serve till by removing the price tag conveniently placed across the bar code. I may not be Einstein but if you ticket the bar code it is not going to ...
... excellent marina, looking across the Bay of Saint Tropez, protected from Wind form the East and the ”Mistral” from the West.
The marina was built on the sea, in the ilk of Venice. Walking around the brand new marina, there are statues of anchors and small but very pretty cactus gardens. We loved it.
The Sun, the Sand - and the Beach Bars!
It was such fun - and so relaxing - to eat breakfasts of fresh croissants and Nutella ...