Pastis Hotel St Tropez
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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... shore from the myriad of ships anchored a hundred yards offshore or so.
When we arrived at 11am, there were probably 40 to 50 ships anchored offshore. By 3pm there were several hundred! They ranged in size from 400 foot long mega yachts to the 30 foot long cabin cruisers, but it is clearly a summer ritual! Perhaps even more amazing that this is a Tuesday, not even a weekend day. We have to admit that if ...
... We ordered a greAt dinner, which only took 90 minutes to receive, and ended up meeting new German friends, Oue, Petra, Tom and Mrs Foster. We spent the rest of the evening getting to know them and ended p exchanging email addresses the next morning. The morning sunrise was absolutely amazing at 0630. Headed to Monaco and the international Boat Show in Monte Carlo. Miss you! GiGi server, german friends Tom, & mrs Foster, Owe & ...
... br> Inside a tower, near the Chateau, Henry and Marie clews are buried. The two tombs are half open as if their spirits moved the stones to find each other. This was their own design, depicting the love and complicity of themselves as a united couple forever more.
Further west, at Port Grimaud we found to be loads nicer than St Tropez, which to us was ho hum and very commercial. Lots more super yachts though. Bill’s warming to the idea of a cruiser ...
... oil fields for a few months... he would have to write his own account about that!.... Peggy worked in a restaurant to get more money... that is not counting the countless boxes they had to do to leave their townhouse... who said young people had nothing?? I think that is when they realised that they had already accumulated ...
... each other on how much money they had. And you could easily play a drinking game with the rule "take a drink every time you see a man wearing a sweater tied around his neck."
The afternoon made me grateful of my own reality with more substance and a "richer" circle of friends.....all while drinking Miller Lite out of a can on the back of a speed boat across Lake ...