Kube Hotel-St Tropez
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- Heated pool
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... the afternoon. Saw the cathedral, cloisters and all of the other top sites. It was nice but not inspiring compared to Roman ruins. On the way back we stopped off at a LIDL grocery store, which I now realize it is one of the two super discount stores that are very popular in Europe. I would not go there again but certainly realize the market and why the super discount stores are successful think Costco meets Bianca. Good thing we ...
... to get control of her own stuff. As she is downstairs/upstairs/downstairs -- I am sitting at the topside table in candlelight blogging about my last day (:-(:-(:-( on Milena, for this year. What a grand adventure I have had, and how blessedly spoiled I have been. Thank you Jacques, Marina and Milena.... You always make all my dreams come true, while being lavishly spoiled!! I love each of you.... Now here's to a vacation for you guys, beginning at 9:30a.m. Tomorrow morning ...
Day began with Arthur winning gold medal prize for best abstract at the conference! Prize of 300 euro. Train to Monte Carlo. Lunch at cafe du paris opposite Monte Carlo casino. Le petit train tour around the city, then stopped to explore the palace and old town. Dinner in the old town, Freddy so exhausted by all our sightseeing he fell asleep in Arthur's lap 3 ...
... we ended up at an Italian restaurant right in front of the million door yachts docked in Cannes which are absolutely spectacular! Dinner was fabulous and afterwards I got some dark chocolate gelato, first time ever! So good but so rich.
Unfortunately, reality sets in for real tomorrow, as we take our placement test for class. Am I really going to class? I thought I was just on a really expensive vacation...
... no doubt serving white van man even on Jubilee Sunday. The train sped on to Paris, the only issue being the queue for the loo. Seems even in first class you need to queue. Although Anne’s summation that her predecessor in the speeding carsy had been reading the paper seemed a bit of a stretch but it is public transport after all.
Thierry’s co worker explained to me that we could buy a carnet of tickets for the Metro from the ...