La Bastide d'Antoine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a 20ft high long, curving, beautiful stone wall for about 150 metres along one side. A ramp leads up to the exhibits which take you from the beginnings of the planet, through the first signs of mankind, Neolithic to iron age and to now. Archaeological finds and "life like" scenes of early humans in active life, all with an Audio commentary were terrific.
It was mothers day here yesterday, so Kathy gets 2 for the ...
... to Ramatuelle. This town was about 20 minutes out of St Tropez and well worth the trip. Although many restaurants and stores were closed due to the weather, the buildings were absolutely gorgeous and the view over the vineyards was spectacular. We stopped for some lunch and wine in a small wine bar where we could hardly make out the menu. Little did we know, we had just ordered the best meal of our entire trip to date! ...
The pace of life is sooooo different in beach communities compared to the big crazy cities. We have enjoyed our transition to the slower pace of the world here and the small town feel. And it doesn't hurt to be staying in yet another beautiful hotel! We have a room overlooking the Mediterranean and were excited to fall asleep to the sea breeze last night - but it rained like crazy all afternoon and then the frog ...
... t have to worry about sharks! Surprisingly that took away a lot of anxiety of swimming in the sea compared to when I go swimming in the Atlantic. It was extremely refreshing and laying on the narrow beach was relaxing.
For dinner, a bunch of us went to find a restaurant on the Mediterranean because it was one of the girls birthday and she was turning 18! So we found a nice Italian restaurant ...
... that we recognised but there were people with cameras taking photos so there could’ve been other celebrities we didn’t know (possibly French). Just as we were about to lose interest however, it started to rain. This dispersed the crowds fairly quickly. I turned to Mea and commented “ha, I don’t think the hat people are going to be doing so well now”. We turned the corner and there was a guy selling umbrellas, ...