Hotel des Lices
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Nah ...wrong song ...but it works ...do you know the way to San Jose .... Anyway ...Chrissi and I are off for an early start for our boat trip to St Topez ...perfect day and we laugh and check out the coast line ...oops we need to change boats at some amazing island ...off again..the coast line is quite diverse ...I expected it to be very built up all the way but there are Rocky Mountains along the way and the scenery is to die for ...drop in for a ...
Ughh I did not want to leave the south at all! Today was our final day in The Côte d'Azur. Packing away the tent at 9am, it's always when you become used to doing something it changes. I love moving around and not calling one place home. It was so relaxed and hot again, the campsite was really empty. To the point that the next 5 spaces each side of us were empty. We washed up our cutlery and plates and took a shower, this trip is so much more laid back ...
... 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 ...
... and took in some people watching at a bar then a late night restaurant.
In the morning we where woken by a thunder storm. It pretty much rained for the rest of the day. We did the petit train tour up to the old town and around palm beach past all the very expensive hotels that usually house the stars when they come into town.
We did a bit more shopping before catching the train back to ...
... 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, ...