Hotel Byblos Saint Tropez
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... waves. It was a bit of a bumpy trip. Nonetheless, it was still more relaxing than driving by car. Instead of going out to a restaurant, Marlene wisely suggested that we have a salad with our leftover roast chicken and other food in the fridge, which made for a enjoyable and relaxing evening on the balcony. Perhaps during the middle of summer when there would be tens of thousands more tourists and a couple more celebrities, Saint Tropez might have some more attraction. ...
... of the Paris to Nice cycle race many times. The top is covered with snow for the winter and is quite barren. Once over the top, the rain got even heavier and we had to change our plans and miss some of the villages on our itinerary. Eventually we were able to stop at Valbonne. The old town can be traced back to the iron age and many prehistoric artifacts have been found around the area. We really appreciated the coffee break in ...
... br> It was about 2am by the time we got home.
I waited up for Miette, while Juliet had her shower and went to bed.
When Miette showed up, she had obviously had a bit of a blue with one of the neighbourhood cats or hurt herself in some way as there was a small wound just behind here left fore-leg. But it didn't seem to be worrying her as she came in and had some tucker and allowed me to pet her.
She appears to be perfectly OK today.
... under the stars, as well as showing the Manchester United v Barcelona match for the many British people on board.
The food was spectacularly arranged, the centrepiece being a huge ice sculpture in the shape of a seahorse. There was sizzling steak, pork, sausages, as well as a magnificent array of seafood, cold meats, vegetables and salads. We were really spoilt for choice.
We loaded our plates then managed to get a seat in the ...
... there's the big grey melon of my host. Couldn't believe I found them. We were on a schedule though. Always on a schedule. Had to be back at the boat near noon as we were taking the yacht out of the harbor and around to the infamous beach area of Saint Tropez for lunch. Had just enough time to get Heidi a hand woven bag and we were off.
More to come.....