Domaine de Sainte Marie
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- Swimming pool
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After leaving La Spezia and arriving at the French border there were a lot of tunnels, more tunnels than road. I suppose that's why the toll for the road came to 38 Euro! But it would have been a long way round to avoid the etoll roads. Once in France we stopped at Monaco to have a look. It's quite a steep windy drive down into the town and not a lot of ...
... we even managed to find a magnet for our collection! Woo hoo! As the stores started closing we walked along the port enjoying the displays from local artists and musicians before finding a restaurant that serves exactly what we felt like- rose and chilli mussels. And boy were they delicious! Everything is very expensive in Saint Tropez, especially along the water front which is where we wanted to eat. But our meal was worth every cent. Plus it ...
... to Le Castellet - which was the best place for us yet - a perfect mix of history and shopping. Stopped at a few wineries, which were a little disappointing - good wine but not much experience, although we did but a bottle of Mas Therese...which I'm sure will be excellent! Had a late lunch in the harbour of La Ciotat just outside of ...
... require only a light layer of clothes. Suits me fine!
As far as work goes here at Lei Chambris I have been keeping busy with mowing (good for the tan!) keeping the apartments and the Tipi clean after guests leave and doing some advertising work on the computer. Pamela started a weekly marocan night with the food cooked by a local who is from Maroco originally. We had the first one last Wednesday and it was as if I was transported back to the smells and sounds of Maroco!
... the church, of course.
Since Kathleen has been such an intrepid cyclist, with not a word of complaint as she slogged her way up hill for 5 miles, I treat her to a glass of Rose, in a rather smart pavement café/restaurant. You may think one glass of rose is a bit mean, but at 7Euro (£6.40), ...