Hotel Ibis Golfe de Saint Tropez
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a couple of rounds of the marina area we finally found a short term park. There are some amazing boats there, they're huge and must be worth millions of dollars.
After stopping in an overnight aire (French rest area) we visited Cannes the next day. Parking was easy to find there but a little bit out of the main area so we took Scoot. ...
Today is Mum and Dad's Wedding Anniversary they got married today in 2004. We went downstairs and had breakfast.
After breakfast we went upstairs and got ready then walked to the Bateau Vert and went across to Port Grimaud. Its a seaside port with canals and fishing houses built on the water (like Venice) so people who own boats can park them at the front door.
Then we had a look around, when we were walking around we saw people in a little hired boat. ...
... to make you feel obliged to buy when he returns. What we'd seen of St Tropez wasn't anything glitzy and glamourous, nor the people, but that's not to day we were disappointed. Just a nice busy town similar to most along this coast. Though we didn't go to the places that we'd heard that the rich and famous go to be seen spending a lot of money. Doing ordinary tourist things in this part of the world costs enough. We didn't swim. We drove home which took about 30 minutes, to shower ...
... tour called 'Les Petits Trains de Toulon'.
With this we were able to get an overview of the city with an English speaking guide.
The tour commenced in the town centre, went past the military ports and stopped off at some of the pristine beaches for a quick photo opportunity before looping back to the town centre.
After a couple of more hours procrastinating, wandering around this quiet harbour city we decided to catch the ferry back to our ship for an ...
... of jet lag, accomodating a family's ongoing agendas, with as attractive accomodations as I could wish on my whole trip.
The first evening John took us to l'Auberge in Sollies Ville, the village above us on the overlooking hill, a lovely place John has hosted us before, including when Eryca, Larry and I visited on the loop from Venice and Genoa back in 2002. Warm enough to sit beneath plane trees on the patio with room ...