Domaine de Sainte Marie
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we got up and went down and had breakfast in our hotel.
Then we caught the ferry "Bateau Vert" across to Port Grimaud. It was hot and sticky. Port Grimaud is a seaside town with canals like a mini Venice. House owners can have their boats right up to the pontoon in front of their house. No houses are under $1,000,000 Euros here.
We hired an electric boat, it was very slow but ...
Today is Mum and Dad's Wedding Anniversary they got married today in 2004. We went downstairs and had breakfast.
After breakfast we went upstairs and got ready then walked to the Bateau Vert and went across to Port Grimaud. Its a seaside port with canals and fishing houses built on the water (like Venice) so people who own boats can park them at the front door.
Then we had a look around, when we were walking around we saw people in a little hired boat. ...
... This appears to be our norm of 150 pitches, so not massive, with a pool, restaurant and encouragingly, within walking distance of a town which always helps.
After that, a long stretch on the return leg to Domaine De Louvarel, just off the A39 and another to Obernai just outside of Strasbourg before we enter Germany and reside with the Felsings and Harts for a while where our blogging will ...
... which was an awesome surprise since I had asked them not to do anything special.
Right after the DVC party, we headed to the Anyone Can Cook Series where we learned to make Lobster Ravioli. We love these cooking series and found out that we will learn entrée on the next sea day and then desert the next sea day.
Directly after the cooking party, we went to the Gold and Platinum Castaway Club Party. We met a few officers from the ship and had ...
... off to find the Picasso museum which is a group of very small palaces in the old gothic quarter. It is here because he spent spent some of his youth in Barcelona and then adopted the city in 1950's as it was the home town of a very close friend. From then on he kept aside 1 print every time for museum. it now has over 4,000 pieces. We only saw a few! We walked all day and were pretty exhausted by the end - only ...