Archive for May, 2016

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The Top 3 Nightclubs in St Tropez 2016

  Papagayo Reinvents Itself as K’ori What was once the town’s oldest nightclub venue, that lured in icons like Brigitte Bardot and Mick Jagger, has now been reinvented as K’ori, a restaurant/club concept where you can enjoy exceptional cuisine before partying. The concept is similar to that of VIP Rooms, where you can

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 31, 2016

Lewis Hamilton wins epic Monaco Grand Prix over Daniel Ricciardo

Text by Andrew Benson (Chief F1 writer in Monte Carlo), BBC Sport Lewis Hamilton took a superb victory in a close battle with Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo in a thrilling Monaco Grand Prix to re-ignite his title campaign. Hamilton’s first win this year cut his deficit to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg, who finished seventh, to

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 30, 2016

Optical Illusion makes Louvre Pyramid ‘disappear’

The French street artist known as “JR” has made the Louvre Pyramid in Paris disappear in an optical illusion made by covering the giant glass structure with a trompe l’oeil photo installation showing the museum that surrounds it. The black and white installation, showing the east side of the Napoleon courtyard, is displayed on the

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 30, 2016

Vespa World Days 2016

The Vespa Club France and its fellow clubs are very happy to welcome you to the Vespa World Day 2016. This highly regarded event will take place from the 2nd to the 5th of June, in the Gulf of St Tropez.   Program 2016:   Wednesday 1st: -2 pm: Vespa Village opening. -2 pm –

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 27, 2016

‘Let’s Drive, Let’s Party, Let’s Runball’

The Runball Rally will be in Saint Tropez this summer! The cars will arrive intermittently on Monday 30th May in Saint Tropez. The Runball Rally 2016 edition will kick-off in Knokke to finish in the beautiful coastal city named Marbella. Be ready for when this luxury rolls into Saint-Tropez! For more information visit  

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 25, 2016

Megève – Saint-Tropez, 24 -27 May, 2016.

The 2nd edition of the Megève – Saint-Tropez will be held from Tuesday 24 to Friday, May 27, 2016. During the Rally Megève Classic Saint-Tropez, a host of classic cars depart the beautiful Savoy alpine station, traversing the Alps and touring 800 kms before stopping in St Tropez overnight and for a round of golf,

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 24, 2016

Latina Cup , 26th-29th May 2016

A variety of small working boats will be gathering in Saint-Tropez’s port to celebrate the beauty of Mediterranean maritime heritage. The 16th Latin Sails will this year bring three delegations: Tunisian, Italian and Catalan. For the first time the delegation of Pisa will be welcomed with its antique boat “Galeone”. They will be here for

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 23, 2016

British director Ken Loach wins second Palme d’Or at Cannes Film Festival

Text by Benjamin Dodman, France 24 British director Ken Loach has joined the exclusive club of two-time Palme d’Or winners, picking up the biggest prize in cinema for “I, Daniel Blake”, a fierce indictment of dysfunctional welfare in an age of austerity.   When Ken Loach brought “Jimmy’s Hall” to Cannes in 2014, it was widely believed

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 23, 2016

Monaco Grand Prix, 26th-29th May 2016

Run since 1929, it is considered to be one of the most important and prestigious races in the world with the circuit being called “an exceptional location of glamour and prestige”. Both Graham Hill, the man nicknamed ‘Mr Monaco’, and Schumacher have won it five times, Alain Prost took four victories, whilst Stirling Moss and Jackie

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 22, 2016

Cannes review: Refn’s vampire models and a woeful Sean Penn

Text by Benjamin Dodman, France 24 Nicolas Winding Refn’s allegory about blood-slurping fashion models (“The Neon Demon”) is at least stylish, but there is no saving grace in “The Last Face”, Sean Penn’s crass and tedious tale of white people’s romance in a blood-soaked Africa. The last stretch of the Cannes Film Festival is perhaps an odd time

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 21, 2016

Cannes review: Mungiu eyes second Palme d’Or as Dolan nightmare baffles

Text by Benjamin Dodman, France 24 Xavier Dolan devotees lament his first Cannes slip-up in the star-studded “It’s Only the End of the World”, while Cristian Mungiu continues Romania’s strong showing with a shrewd study of moral compromise in “Graduation”. I thought Cristi Puiu’s absorbing “Sieranevada” was the ultimate family gathering from hell. But then came Xavier

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 21, 2016

Cannes: Dardenne brothers stumble, but Brazil’s ‘Aquarius’ is a raging beauty

Text by Benjamin Dodman, France 24 The Dardenne brothers are unlikely to clinch a record third Palme d’Or with their unexceptional “The Unknown Girl”, while Brazil’s Kleber Mendonca Filho becomes the latest newcomer to stake a claim on cinema’s most coveted prize. It started with a protest. The kind of red-carpet protocol breach that pricks the

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on May 19, 2016

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