Le Domaine de la Mer
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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Today we are in the port at Toulon (Provence) in France. Once again, been here, done this. This is also a more industrial port, so we stay on board again. So more cards, knitting and reading. Guenther has one of his hot stone messages (his favorite) with Marie from Jamaica as his masseuse. Guenther is quiet happy with this and ...
Today did not turn out exactly as we intended!!
When down in the town yesterday we found out that there is a bus which runs along the coast, stopping at most resorts. The service on Sundays is quite restricted, but there was a bus to St Tropez at 11.35am and one back at 4pm.
We packed our lunch etc and wandered down to town. We thought the ...
... time and go to the barrier reef sometime.
The next stop was a bit more uphill and some of the guys had some trouble though we got some really nice views over the island. In the end it led to a cliff with some awesome views into the sea. If you didn't think the waters were crystal clear you'd think so now! Proceeded then by some crazy guy's idea haha to head up to the hill. Sure, how bad could it be? Well, as the path closed around us I think we all had ...
... something in not wanting to be there in the first place that makes the experience even more frustrating.
Eventually we find our way back to Aix (50 miles later) and have another few arguments before we find the suburb where our hotel is located. After a refreshing swim, a short siesta and a very pleasant meal, all is well once more.
Now to the Hyeres of my imagination. It has a promenade like Nice, complete with a ...
... We stopped in the seaside town of Noli and inquired in the tourist office. No luck. However, we did take advantage of our stop and primo parking spot to find the market and main square in this medieval town. We stood in line for bread at the bakery and then picked up some Milano sausage, cheese and pesto for later. We all walked to the very crowded stony beach. It was a festive scene.
We hit the coastal road heading for France. ...