Hotel La Pierrerie - Grimaud
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... amp; shallots poured on top. I could have eaten a barrel of these! Now came the small fried smelts, delicious! Then the fish soup was served in a beautiful French white tureen. Accompanied with sliced baguettes that you smear with the garlic mustard & top with cheese & put them in the soup. The taste of the fish soup was mind bogglingly delicious, I kept eating to guess all the ingredients.
... 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 ...
... he arrived and walked down to the sea to see the boys they were very excited, particularly Stefano who had taken quite a liking to François during our time in Italy. So we stayed a little longer at the beach and then all went for a nice dinner together before taking a train back to Antibes.
Next come four days back in Provence for some rest, showers, clean clothes and sheets, and space to stretch our ...
... lunch, it was back to the boat for more water sports, until we had to head into Cannes. We scored a really nice slip right on the walkway that would be set up for the stars as the red carpet for the film festival up the steps to the Palais des Festival.
After another great dinner on the boat, Heidi and I took a nice romantic stroll along the beach, past the Carlton and Martinez hotels. Very pretty area.