Hotel La Pierrerie - Grimaud
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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... des Arboins, after another 30 minutes. The price had dropped after expensive Italy and cost only Euro 21 for the night and was a nice, shady site. The toilet/shower block was pretty manky and smelly but the pool was lovely and no bathing caps are required in France. There was no camp shop here but we brought food for dinner from a little fruit and vege shop out on the road and had an early night after our 286km drive.
... or film center) that showed any indication of the town’s affiliation to film. There is the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès where they have left the red carpet on the stairs to allow the tourists to come and pose and take their photo (I found this a bit tacky but what the heck – there were lots of people taking their photos on the stairs). At the time of our visit, Cannes had 2 outdoor photo exhibits related to the Cannes Film Festival. One ...
... 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 ...
... highlight in this city was the spectacular display of Yates. The different types, sizes, colours, names, luxury, etc. is just worth to see. From Saint Tropez we drove to our hotel in Nimes. It was a bit late by the time that we arrived. We only had time for dinner, but what a dinner. Leesa found a place on Internet called Au Flan Coco which was just awesome. We had a three course meal by a very decent price for what we got. I will definitively recommend this ...
... 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 ...