Hotel Lou Cagnard
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... still some views available from the road. We found the car parking for mobile homes and made our way through the gates to find a spot, one of hundreds and hundreds of spaces however there were only a handful of vehicles there. I imagine it would be a nightmare trying to get parking through the summer. We parked Fifi up, locked up and headed out. The parking is on the marina so we wandered along the pathway towards the hub of the town. I think I ...
... is In the other direction. Highlights: Owen has a third new chair of the trip - new rule only he sits in it and in no others (nick and I are positive it wont last the week) Temperature update Everyone is still overheating - the middle seat especially O.Q.S.O.T No change Moustache update Still dirty - but getting a bit ginge in the sun Campsite - Camping ...
... than at ours! Now they put a whole new dimension on the over 60s drinking for me... There I was eating my Special K and having a cup of yorkshire tea one morning, I glanced over only to see them pouring Baileys into their coffee!! I think I did about 3 takes.. The red wine would come out a few hours later and a bottle of Rose for sunset! And she had a heart problem! Obviously prescriptions are a bit different in Denmark?!?
On leaving Frejus we had a ...
... them out. We bought the cards and the stamps and walked along the sea-front looking for a suitable watering hole. There is only one main road in and out of St. Tropez so there was quite a lot of traffic, and every other car seemed to be a flash, expensive one. We saw Ferraris, Porsches, Maseratis, Lambourghinis and a Rolls Royce. Everyone around us seemed to be dressed in designer clothes and shoes and dripping with jewellery.
There were ...
... line the the very touristy main street along the foreshore. There are a lot of apartments, but no high rises and no big hotels. Seems to be more family orientated. Like Nico's parents do, there are apparently many retirees who live in the north and come down here for the summer.
St Tropez is a short distance across the Gulfe de St Tropez, but we first went to Port Grimaud at the ...