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... and stay somewhere.
Last night had been the last time we would know where we were staying, we had the pleasure of staying somewhere. From now on it's spontaneous and compromising decisions that will get us home. We left the campsite for around 10:30 setting off for St. Tropez, I have never been keen on going here as I knew it would be full of rich, snobby people. We would literally be the poorest people in St.Tropez! You could tell the area had ...
... my life will be compared to this one tiny tart. :-) It was that good.
We returned to the ship early and hung out on deck as more joined us once the tours returned. The weather is turning chilly. Had I had a blanket, I would have curled up on a deck chair and slept all afternoon. Instead we headed to an early dinner and back to the cabin to watch SkyNews, the only English news channel we can get. We are following Syria and what Russia and the US are doing in ...
... 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 ...
... water slide park was closed due to an incident. Without wanting to make light of a terribly tragic situation, James and I were both thinking, ‘someone better have died’, luckily, we decided not to say this. Instead, I said, "Who may I speak with regarding this?" Only to be shown a statement, which advised of the tragic incident which took place only the day before, a three year old had drowned on site, being sucked into a water drain and the park ...
... the beautiful village of Chambles, that is, in itself, a gateway - a gateway to two famous chateaux. But the chateaux were on tomorrow's agenda.
After roaming around the pretty village, we found ourselves in wide-open meadowland overlooking the Loire, where a picnic tea was most certainly in order, with the most fantastic views from the cliff tops to the village of Saint-Victor-sur-Loire and its splendid marina and sandy beach.
Contented and ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking