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Today we are in the port at Toulon (Provence) in France. Once again, been here, done this. This is also a more industrial port, so we stay on board again. So more cards, knitting and reading. Guenther has one of his hot stone messages (his favorite) with Marie from Jamaica as his masseuse. Guenther is quiet happy with this and ...
... a stainless steel and wood pattern which looked like train tracks, so we followed them and came to what looked like an old station building by a roundabout (every station building in France looks the same) Around the corner, across the roundabout where what looked like bus stops. - and then...... the only bus to St Tropez that morning.....PASSED ...
... half of which is private. We would love to know the private berth fees!
A quick look in the Estate Agent's window showed several properties back in the hills for well in excess of a million euro's.
With our MH we can ...
... to tell him I bought a few days ago. He was ok then, but I think he may of had suspicions that I stole it. Gail bought a scarf from some goofy guy at a stall. You will see the pic of that. We were back home, and had a great meal at our Gite. 5 Sep was a spa day, where we hung around the pool and di some local hiking in the vineyards. We have a one hour hike route that is really neat, that winds amongst the grapes. We met a couple while walking. The man was educated in Edmonton, ...
... photograph the young men waiting to serve, looking so smart in their knee length coats.
The performance was violin, Renaud Capucon, with piano, Mikhail Pletnev, to a full house. At the conclusion, the audience managed to clap, cheer, stamp and make enough noise that we were treated to an encore "jam" session between the two. Just wonderful.
Stayed in what used to be a convent: behind its own walls, an arched entry ...