Today we went to St Tropez and the little medieval town of Ramatuelle.
We got out of the house later than we planned and arrived in St Tropez just in time for the noon time traffic and chaos. The plan was to make it to the giant market there but we had barely an hour to get around it.
It was very hot, about 37 degrees celcius (about 98 degree Fahrenheit). There was a minor breeze but no one noticed it. The kids, as well as the adults were sweaty and cranky. Lunch time was nuts.
I tried a bit of street shooting which is something I am not used to doing. Some of the pictures are below.
After staying for several hours, we headed for a beach called l'escalet. It was a beautiful, small beach with smooth rocks right where the water breaks on the sand. JellyBean loved it. She has such a great time in the water. Especially with her momma.
Then it was off to Ramatuelle which is a walled in town on the side of a mountain. So beautiful and quiet. Tiny streets run through it. Too small for cars and almost too small for bicycles. We waited an insanely long time for pizza which we finally got to eat at 10pm.
I sat in the back of the car with the kids on the way home and they all fell quickly asleep. Watching the French landscape go by at night is really quite nice.
So, here are a few pictures.