Hotel Le Beauvallon
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... never starve here.... Before I forget - I must tell you about the old guy from last night..... The camp we stayed in last night in Brignoles, was....ummm....a bit basic... Ok....it was very average..... But, it was clean and tidy, but absolutely no bells or whistles, and being in a smallish French rural town, there wasn't a lot to compare it with.... But, while we were cooking some really terrific pre-marinated pork filets ( the French do this a lot - buy half-prepared meals ...
Well we got here and it was a bit of a disappointment compared to Nice. Much more commercial but the main shopping street wasn't that impressive. The beach was much better but really packed and sooo many boats docked in the bay!
Then we went down to the beach and had an amazing lunch at the Beach Club bar. I had a martini in a really cool glass and Joe had a Jack Daniels! So relaxing.
... They were holidaying in the village of Coustellet, a two hour drive from Ste.Maxime, so it was an early start for us that morning. The historic village of Gordes perches, seemingly, precariously to the rockface as one views it from a distance, the stone houses stacked in tiers forever upwards... Stone buildings overlook narrow, winding cobbled streets, each one inviting inspection and, yet again, another ...
... The best thing on the menu was the Prosecco although Anne’s house special looked pretty good. Pasta and nuts and sausage and cream, looked great, tasted great. Then off for a treat at The Cuban, formerly Africka Restaurant, for ice cream. Kit leapt at the Dame Blanche while the girls each had a Ligeios Chocolat, which appeared to contain 65% chantilly cream and 35% chocolate ice cream. A potent mix if ever there was one.
All that was left ...
... at Rue d'Antibes were quiet because the shops were closed since it was a Sunday. The best deal was we really got to do window shopping, literally speaking! Dropped by to one of its macaron ateliers called Jean-Luc Pelé and put our French to the test! We failed! *LOL*
Along the way, we observed a lot of Vespas and many unique French and international designers such as Comme des Garçon (a Japanese line), my favourite Zadig & Voltaire and an array ...