Chateau de Berne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... Lovely towns and houses and beautiful blue water. There was a market on in St Tropez and there were people everywhere. We had a look around but it was mostly clothing and shoes. Another lovely little town though, with narrow streets and cute houses.
Not far down the road was a camping area and we stayed there for the night.
Today was all about Lorgues. About 15 km from Draguignan, every Tuesday it boasts the best market place in the region. Words cannot describe the produce. Check out the photos! But first, we had to get there... Up at 6.30 and playing with the gas heater - hot or not? I had a three minute hot shower, a one minute boiling shower and a one minute cold shower. Ooh yuk! Plan - body washed in warm ...
... and come home again to rest up.
After lunch we played Uno again. UNO has been great to replace TV and get them off their iPads for a bit, the game of UNO once again brings up the competitive edge of the King family members. The game is actually being very good for Corban who struggles to not be the best all of the time and so he is ever so slowly learning that you don’t have to win all of the time and to lose a little more graciously than he normally does.
... was occupied by the Germans during the Second World War. The traffic is stopped from entering the gates during the service. Once the service was over we walked around the gates and looked at all the names on the walls. Within surrounding districts there are 150 cemeteries that are looked after by the Commonwealth war graves commission. It was special being there and something that Tony had been set on seeing while in Europe. We headed home where ...
... the fountain in the central square, and then as we continued our stroll became aware of an interesting sign hanging discreetly in one of the narrow lanes. We were stuck on the translation but when we were able to get the attention of a lady closing her windows, she came down to us like a shot and explained the sign to us. It was a plaque in memory of a group of partisans who had been executed by the nazis in the small square that contained the fountain. We discussed the ...