Le Verger Maelvi
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... 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 ...
... tables; this was where, under an umbrella, we ate our feast. All of us ordered “l’omelette aux cèpes et safranés”—a porcini mushroom omelet with saffron, which was simply astounding. Accompanying the omelets were a huge plate of real fries and a simple but fabulous salad. Manfred also ordered Daube de sanglier à la Provençal which, to protect the sensibilities of vegetarians like us, will remain untranslated. It being the height of ...
... 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 ...
... been to Paris so in a grandiose manner I introduced her to Paris, well to a railway concourse in Paris that was under repair and covered in tourists, sitting, eating waiting. Not quite the Place de La Concorde, I'm afraid.
We spied two fellas abseiling down the building opposite. Not something you see every day so we wandered over to look and spotted a café across the square. A square where there was a game of roller hockey and what looked like ...
... 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 ...