Pierre & Vacances Village Club Les Restanques du Golfe de Saint-Tropez
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... thing in Jacques bag,meh takes it out... So his bag is losing ground rapidly. The salon has become the sorting and folding room. The little cabin, has clothes drying, and Jacques suitcase, until he moves it. The forward cabin houses Marina's stuff. It took her most of the day to find and sort out Jacques clothes. A couple of hours ago, he came into the salon, looked in his bag, and took a couple of things out, while Marina was not looking. ...
... supermache, missed previously only because it was called Casino. Considering our tendency to get carried away at places of such name in the homeland, I was avoiding at all costs. Seems that this casino was actually one we needed to visit. After James’ lesson at Auchan (tesco of France) I was aware that I had to weigh and price my fruit and veges BEFORE we arrived at the checkout. A very successful shop by all ...
... in. We’ve been charging up the iPhone, iPad and MiFi on the road with the car charger (as they’re USB-powered), but the laptop, and the camera battery charger require a proper plug. And though the van has one, it only works when we’re plugged into land power.
This particular aire is a little side area of a regular campsite, where people tend to set up their motorhomes for the summer. As such, there was a laundry, a bathroom facility, a little food ...
... the town) and we then spent some time wandering around the old town (the homes decorated with potted flowers and lots of colours). Antibes was a nice reprieve from the crowds and heat – we almost wished that we had picked Antibes as our home base for visiting other towns on the Côte D’Azur (One of Our Lessons Learned!!).
There are more towns we visited and I will describe our experiences in my next blog entry. So stay tuned for "More Côte ...
Another beautiful day and we take the tender into Cannes. There is quite a long wait for tender tickets, it seems that the passenger flow was not as expected, the paper suggested waiting until after 10am to let the crowds get off. At 9am whilst at breakfast there was announcement asking for anyone who wanted to go ashore to go now as there was no waiting, by 10am there was ...