Hotel Club Vacanciel Roquebrune-Sur-Argens
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... Sigh... Anyway, after some admittedly rather squeezy......ok, on second thoughts, let's cut to the chase.....the roads were very bloody narrow, (like, mostly < 6m), winding and really quite challenging, and by most standards, probably quite dangerous, and, in Treas's judgement, totally undriveable, because they were the dreaded "white roads" on the map.... Average speed was only about 25kph, because every time we found another vehicle coming the other way, we had to stop ...
We thought as we were in this area then we should go to see Monte Carlo, we decided to take the autoroute much quicker but expensive with the tolls!!!! It was a good journey took about 1 and half hours and I got a bit stressed when the toll machine spat our credit card out so quick that it shot onto the road !!!! but I retreived it and we continued on our way.
We came off the ...
... back to the campsite about 7pm and relaxed as we had driven 150 miles up to the gorge and round everywhere, but no worries we had a lovely day and decided to have a lasagne take away from the bar. It was all wrapped in foil and when we got back to the caravan we popped it in the oven while we did a salad.....you guessed it it was in a plastic container under the foil .......we got the lasagne out of the melted dish and enjoyed the meal ...
Just as an aside, the roads here are great, but each time you get onto the A8 highway, a machine goes ching-ching and you have to pay. If only it were so easy in Johannesburg! Fortunately, my Fiat Punto is only using 4.8l/100kms, mountains and all - can you believe that? - so petrol cost is much cheaper than I expected.
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I think both Kai and Nicolas both have developed some pretty serious baguette addictions. Kai can eat his own weight in baguette as long as the bread is hot and fresh from the oven. On the last day of their visit, we ate five baguettes! A new record! We waited in the bakery for the last three to come out of the oven. They were too hot to hold at first but within a minute or two we were all in fresh bread heaven. ...