Le pre de la mer
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I am so far behind on blogging... running around after a 2 year and 34 year old is so time consuming! Hence I have decided to condense our South of France travels into one entry..For the benefit of the tape these were our movements after leaving Narbonne (mosquito invested hell!)
16th 1 night in Aigues Mortes - (was meant to be 7 nights but there was more life in a mortuary)17th 3 nights in Grimaud (just around the corner from St Tropez) - at Camping de ...
... La Citadelle- an old fortress that was used to protect Saint-Tropez back in the 1600’s. I jumped on a tour and learnt all about its history. Turns out it was used as a fortress until 1873 and now it’s just a historical monument that will soon house a museum of local history!.
I then headed back down into the old part of town planning on finding a little restaurant where I could sit ...
... to us at Salin-de-Giraud. Thousands of campers all along the beach wildly and NAKEDLY camping. Joining in with the wild horses and flamingo that roam free through the swamp lands, seabeds and salt plains. It was a biologist and naturalist heaven. One night was enough nature loving for us. Besides, the weather was perfect for a drive, sunny and cloudless with a light breeze. When traveling around in Big Bertha we’re always grateful for a bit of breeze, ...
... she spent. Off to Antibes for our week on the French Rivieria. Nothing brings a driver back to earth than doing 138 km/hr on the freeway and being passed by a herse doing at least 160. Everyone did the double take as he disappeared into the distance. The speed limit is 130. We believe this is just a guideline. Arriving at Antibes we found our way to the apartment where Lucy, our agent was waiting with the keys. Parking the car under the building required Shelley on ...
... it was. We had a delicious lunch on the quay right next to the water. When Nicolas got bored, we took two steps over to the water and fed the fish. Needless to say, we loved Villefranche and were so glad that we went to check it out. The next day, we tried to explore Cap d'Antibes. We thought that since Nicolas had a cold, we would stay close to home. It was a disaster. There are no walking paths in the Cap. Walking around out there means taking ...