After our long morning chat, little blogging and photo work, we went after lunch to Hyères an old town 4 km (2.5 mi) from the sea. We walked through the small little streets and then sat at the Place Massillon for a drink.
Claudie and I waiting for our drinks
Hyères is a popular location for tourism in the winter, and facilitates the cultivation of palm trees; about 100,000 trees are exported from the area. As a result, the town is also called Hyères Les Palmiers (Palmiers = palm trees).
We then went to the habor of Hyères with is also very huge and admired yachts and sailing boats. Lots of people were cleaning their boats or had them cleaned. The view over the sea to the islands in front of Hyères was very beautiful. Anyway I will report about all this later when I am home.
We had a Raclette as supper and Claudie's daughter returned from University which was a nice surprise and we had a very cheerful evening.