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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from St-Tropez
... slurp on a Aparol Spritz ...yum and watch for quite some time the life here cruising by ...started count the really bad lip work that was done on the women here as ...it got to over 30 in no I me at all ...you get that !! Yuck. Move on after some time and then wander the streets ...dreamin in some of the shops ... Some fab fashions I must say !! The little streets are same but different to many of the small cobble stone streets we have seen ...but it ...
... and stay somewhere.
Last night had been the last time we would know where we were staying, we had the pleasure of staying somewhere. From now on it's spontaneous and compromising decisions that will get us home. We left the campsite for around 10:30 setting off for St. Tropez, I have never been keen on going here as I knew it would be full of rich, snobby people. We would literally be the poorest people in St.Tropez! You could tell the area had ...
... a wine tasting which we were invited to join – very enjoyable. The old town is still relatively quiet which we enjoyed. Unfortunately the Spanish Castle which overlooks the town was closed for renovations. St Tropez, interesting to visit but stay somewhere close by, if possible.
For the final day of our stay on the French Riviera, we drove along the coast to Cannes. The first part after St Maxime has lots of ...
... wine tour the next morning that Tom organised for us. Saw everything in the process from the crushing of the grapes, through the fermentation stages and to bottling! Really interesting and their final product is of super quality :) They do manage to sell 1-million bottles a year, so not everyone can be wrong!
... half of the journey then got a seat near Juliet for the second half.
When we got down to the terminus, Juliet put a 'pin' in her maps on her iPhone so we could easily find our way back to where we needed to get to for the return journey. It's a very handy feature in places you're not familiar with.
We walked down to the beach (la plage) that still had plenty of space at what must have been ...