Hotel Soleil de Saint-Tropez
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After a much needed 'home day' in our camp site, catching up on washing and visits to the pool, we decided to get out and about on Tuesday. We decided to just drive and see what came of our adventure as we discovered whatever it was we might come across. After a trip to the ‘tourisme de office’, the kids were immediately drawn to the bright, colourful brochures of fun parks, water parks and zoos. We, on the other ...
... allowed to visit any of the cloistered contemplating nuns, of course, but see the photo of the elegant empty cell. And please also see the photo of the Christ at the top of the stairs in the chapel. It's a Spanish statue made of wood. It was stunning. I’d never seen an image of the crucifixion at the top of a staircase; it invited us up to join it in a very moving way.
Well the fresh air and the beauty and the spirituality of The Chartreuse did the ...
It didn't take long to realise this place wasn't for us.
And so my wondering index finger was hovering over the digital keypad of the sat nav in search of the next location.
We didn't have any maps of France and our geographic picture of it was disgraceful.
So Fintan came up with the mother of all ideas...
"what was the name of that wine your brother and I liked so much??"
"Chateauneuf du Pape??"
... companion was coming with us to the next station like it or not. The true level of our gamble became clear as Anne and I stared at the tube map above the door not really knowing what we were looking at, Anne seemed to think we were at one end while I thought we were in the middle but going the wrong way. Kit just laughed. Oh, the joy of travelling with the family on public transport. So we stood staring waiting for the next stop to see if we had made ...
... Provencal market and large supermarket all within fifteen minutes walking distance of Les Prairies de la Mer.
The day we visited Port Grimaud, it was the only 'poor' weather day. The wind whipped around our knees and ankles and the sea's surf covered us from head to toe. But we laughed all the way there and all the way back!
A thirty-minute round-trip around the bay and back, we found this 'Little Venice' to be charming. Walking along the ...