Sunday morning began with another road trip, this time to Port Grimaud, a lively town on the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.  Described as the Venice of France, it was the brainchild of architect Francois Spoerry, who envisioned a Cite Lacustre when he designed the quaint port and canals back in the 1960′s.  We arrived at the height of the bustling Sunday market, but no shopping for us because we had a boat to catch. Quelle dommage. Mdm. H certainly knows how… Read more »