Les Prairies De La Mer Riviera Villages
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Port Grimaud – Les Prairies de La Mer
We have been here a couple of times before, on the plus side, it is right on the beach, it is an easy cycle to the Supermarket, and to Saint Maxime (where there is a church for Kathleen). But it is a very big site, and since our last visit even more of it has been given over to static caravans …
... more so in his element, as he guided his son through the task. I had to pinch myself, here we were, with our three children, on a boat, navigating our way through the canals of a beautiful port in the French Riviera…
After our canal boat ride (even if the boat was not million dollar, the experience certainly was), we indulged in some gelati and then returned to the car. On our way home, we discovered ...
... of the Mediterranean. We didn’t get a chance to see the beaches and marinas up close but from our lookout points, it looked like the beaches were nicely sheltered and had room for people to spread out and suntan. There is a great walkway along the Mediterranean where you can catch the number of boats and yachts moored off in the distance. Jeff and I visited the Picasso Museum (Picasso spent some time working in Antibes and later donated some of his ...
... annual film festival. The boys had a team photo on the steps of the entrance to the festival auditorium.
Free time to explore the town and then we headed off to our hostel accommodation in the quaint town of Antibes. We were treated to a good supper and then free time before bed.
Tomorrow is a busy day with visits to Menton, Monte Carlo and Nice as well as match 3.
We hurtled down to Dover from the North East of England at breakneck speed to catch our 7pm Dover-Calais P & O ferry, all the time thinking of the wide open spaces of France's autoroutes.
The sun was going down as we made the sleek one and half hour crossing. We gazed in awe at the pink and blue sky with deep reds around the blazing sun.
"Hope the weather's good," I said. And I was granted my wish.
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