Hotel la Caravelle
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... marina where Chris admired the super yachts and boats. We did wander past a yacht broker and oggled over the prices, with cheapest we found being 10mill US dollars right through to well over 80 mill. Molly and I had a fish foot spa along the water front, it was an interesting experience, immersing our feed in a pool of water with 100s of little fis that nibble at all the dead skin on your feet. Doesn't hurt but it is a strange ...
... mains I had the cod with five vegetables, and that is exactly what I got (1 carrot, 1 potato, 1 baby fennel, 1 baby courgette, and one floret of cauliflower). A delicious clean meal until they give you a whole gravy boat full of aioli. Allan had the game hen with chipotle sausage. The sausage was placed rather naughtily I thought. This morning went for our walk followed by coffee around the ...
... our full day to drive to St Tropez. Numerous Ferraris passed us as we drove. We parked up and headed to the port, passing some very expensive shops and lovely little cafes. The port was parked full of super yachts – which were amazing to see, we just wish we could have seen inside! There was a really big yacht called "Casino Royale" which we googled and found out ...
... began. It was pretty cold and I must have looked somewhat stupid to the locals in my standard attire: shorts; slops; short sleeved shirt and cap!
I started with the villages north of Monaco and Menton. While the distances are short, you have to climb to 1000m, so the roads are long, windy and slow. Along the way, you get to see panoramic views of the Riviera coastline which are quite ...
... through the whole trip to Villefranche. At home, the boys were busy making paper airplanes and watching videos. Once we were out and about, we took them to the playgrounds in old town and to the carousel. Kris quickly figured out that he could get the boys to behave in any situation in exchange for 'carousel points'. They were great fun to have around. I fear that Nicolas is bored stiff with just mom and dad ...