Hotel Le Beauvallon
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This morning the Navman wasn't working.
It was saying 'no maps can be detected'. We didn't use our kind words with it when it took us to Florence the other night, and now it seemed to be sulking and on strike.
We had to resort to reading signs on the road (not our drivers preferred navigation method) and we were considering getting the road atlas out that Roy & Jo lent us.
Clint stopped to refuel so Dan & I were trying to read the manual and we were ...
... of it taking two hours at busy times to drive the 20 or so kilometres to St Tropez. Tomorrow will tell. By the time we'd checked in, unpacked, and showered, it was 7.30pm and we decided to eat at the hotel restaurant. The meal was nice. We opted for the three course menu for 33 euro set price each plus drinks. Ang's drink went to her head on an empty stomach and she was even chattier than usual with the other guests, a French couple beside us, and a ...
... bitumen. We found each pass had its own history and story and that some were as fascinating as their amazing engineering. From the time that the last ice age started to recede people made their way into the Alps. In September 1991 a couple of German climbers discovered a body on the Similaun Glacier. This is the best link we have with those early Alpinists. Ítzi, as the body was called, was more than 5,500 years old, wore well-made shoes, goatskin clothing, and a bearskin ...
... about 4 seconds before declaring she simply had to go in, so Poppy and I watched and waved from the Promenade. After her cooling dip we walked back through the old streets, saw the Palace of Justice and an Art/Book market, then headed off back to camp. We did stop briefly on the route back at a supermarket to get some last minute French supplies before heading off to Italy!
... where about 25 police officers!! Wonder if I could get a place to live there that is geared towards income?
I stopped in Nice but it was a mad house as all public workers were going on strike the next day...they are NOT happy about having to work until they reach the age of 62. (The French live an average of 24 years in retirement; the longest in the Western World.)
I had planned to go to Lyon on the Thursday but due ...