Hotel Lou Cagnard
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... coast, the road from the highway was quite windy with a few sharp bends and turns but the road as per normal was very good.
The first town is St Maxime which is probably the poor mans St Tropez but equally as beautiful. We wound our way through St Maxime along the coast till we reached St Tropez. As we drove into the heart, there are homes built literally on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, beautiful properties hidden behind large fences but ...
... it sounds odd but I think I'd like to go to a nudist beach. I think it would be so liberating and "free". This beach we were at was in one word, stunning. On the way to Tahiti beach we saw a short exit towards another beach, it looked quite small so we thought this could be better and more relaxed. The only one downside were that there was nowhere to buy reasonably priced food or drink, only one beach restaurant which was very expensive. What did we ...
... justify the image. Maybe the town survives on its reputation rather than substance. Now early afternoon, we finished the day with a circular drive of the Massif des Maures, following the coast as far as La Lavandou before heading up into the hills for the twisting return journey. The stretch from Frejus to Cannes weaved through the Massif de ...
... landed us in progressively narrow cobblestone streets where surprised and scared tourists quickly darted to the remaining sidewalk to avoid being run over. We did manage to escape (narrowly) and find the beach bar. Getting to the beach bar was interesting as we had to pass through an au naturel beach. No Victoria Secret models here - just a few ...
It's pretty boring hanging around waiting for Juliet to wake up so I decided to go for a walk to Cannes.
I wasn't sure how far it was but it turns out it was about 6.5kms. It took me a bit over an hour to get down to the water front having gone down a dead end at one point and had to retrace some steps.
When you walk into Cannes, you see the seamier side of the ...