Hotel Les Palmiers
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... br> By now it was looking a bit overcast, so we walked all the way back up the hill. We couldn't even move on along the coast as the Campsite had our ACSI card and reception was closed until at least 3pm. So we decided to have an' ordinary' housework Sunday and then watched 4 episodes of Happy Valley that we missed when away in May!!
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Early this morning, the ship needed to vacate its port berth in favour of Oceania Marina – we were to be ferried in by tender during the day – or at least that's what we thought.
We discovered on waking, that the swell was too strong to anchor and, instead, the ship would slowly cruise around in circles allowing the tenders to shimmy along side.
The captain announced that because ...
... square. From there we went on to Mougins which is a small medieval village in the hills above Cannes. It is one of the most famous art centres in the region with lots of art and craft shops. Picasso lived here for the last 12 years of his life but many other famous people have also lived there for a time. There are many local artists with their own shops.
We arrived at St Maxime in full sunshine and checked into our ...
... for viewing the footie on a TV screen they had erected on the deck especially. Waiters came often to fill our wine glasses with the free house white, and at the other end of the deck a live band played. The clear skies deepened to an indigo blue, then black as the stars came out and shone brilliantly. It was a lovely night.
At around 11.00pm the Journey weighed anchor and sailed off into the night. Tomorrow we were due to arrive in Monte Carlo, ...
... I haven't seen a watch or clock all week.
We anchored in a bay around the corner from St Tropez and the Boys took out all the water toys. Doug and I decided to take out the Hobie cat. It was quite the chore for the Boys to rig the Hobie. The best part about the water toys was not having to take them out or put them away. We sailed the Hobie around the corner and toward the mouth of ...