Hotel Soleil de Saint-Tropez
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... had her heart set on a place, on the beach, where she could lie on the sand, then loll in the pool, champagne in hand, then after a massage and a sauna, wander down and choose from 20 restaurants for dinner...... Let me tell you schweetheart....this ain't it...... But, through gritted-teeth, we got the bikes off and cycled the couple of kms into the heart of things, and soon were really enjoying it all... Just before I began to type this I asked Treas where we were..... " ...
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 ...
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??"
... 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 ...
... over the eastern horizon and weather conditions that allowed you to relax in casual clothing in total comfort - virtually no breeze - just enough to blow away the smoke from the fireworks as they exploded in the air.
By the time the show started at 10pm, there wouldn't have been too many places to find a space all around the shore - it was mobbed. I heard on the news there were 1.2million attended the paris show. I reckon it wouldn't have been too far ...