Hotel La Pierrerie - Grimaud
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... an address here on the coast at St Tropez, and made it here early, with not too much drama. But......... For the first time, when we tried to check into a camp...."Desolee...nous sont complet!" In other words -Full! And again.... And again.... And they phoned 3 other camps with the same answer..... So, we ended up in a rather down-at-mouth place that is ok, but certainly not flash.... Farmer Francois, has found a little cashie in having a few vans parked amongst the old vines.... ...
... village where each house had its
personal boat mooring space at the end of the garden.
He accomplishing such experiment and the 'town' he achieved is what Fintan described as "the wankiest place we have ever been to".
Same description applied to other nearby places included St.Tropez, glowing with glory of perfection and finesse, places of red lacquered nails and fine cigarettes, cocktails with olives on sticks, fast cars and wannabe ...
... br> Port Grimaud
Enchanting Port Grimaud, with its colourful Provencal style houses built along a network of canals lined with yachts and cruisers, is often known as the Venice of Provence. Situated at the foot of the Massif des Maures and only 3 miles from lively St Tropez and Ste Maxime, it is well placed for exploring the countryside, beaches, vineyards and lovely villages of this beautiful region.Port Grimaud offers restaurants, bars and shops, a ...
... to get into the toilet. And that was no mean feat - the queues were massive with every local with billie lids in here for their tucker prior to the big fireworks show.
About 9pm, we made our way down to the waterfront to find a good vantage point for the event and found a pretty good spot on some rocks around the bay where they had barges from which they would set off the pyrotechnics.
It couldn't have been a more perfect evening with a full moon ...
... and there were even some glaciers. I had never seen snow-capped mountains before! I can only imagine how beautiful it is when the whole area is blanketed by snow. There were castles in the valleys about every 10 minutes. I've really developed a love for castles.
We got out at a rest stop in Italy for dinner, so I can say I’ve been there! Then we were on to France again.
We got ...