Tuesday June 21, 2022, Amandine Pellissard shared a beautiful shot on Instagram. On vacation in Saint-Tropez, the mother of eight children revealed that she was traumatized by the price… Of a roast chicken!
For a week, Amandine Pellissard, her husband Alexandre and their eight children have been enjoying the sun in the south of France. Happy, the star of the show Large families, life in XXL, broadcast on TF1 shared a snapshot of three of his children this weekend, before posting a photo of his eldest. “Leo caught off guard by the lens! He is beautiful my big son“, he wrote in the caption. If the young woman takes full advantage of her vacation, she is not convinced by Saint-Tropez. Tuesday, June 21, 2022, after posting a photo where she appears alongside her husband she said: “Douyou douyou douyou Saint-Tropez! So I would like your impressions and your opinions on the city of Saint-Tropez… Because Alex, the children and I did not like it at all! Whether it’s the environment or mentalities… We have a lot more fun on vacation in Occitania.“
In all transparency, Amandine Pellissard explained that she did not feel comfortable. “Too much bling for us. And be careful, I’m talking about mentality, way of being, and not about appearing… Because the habit does not make the monk!“, she wrote before adding: “And we’re talking about roast chicken to take away at € 31.62??? Everything is overpriced! This chicken will have traumatized me for life!In the comments section, many netizens reacted. One fan wrote, “€31.62?! It was at least gilded with gold leaf!! Saint Tropez is a good day out, to visit, but that’s it for me! Too expensive as a city to spend holidays there if you don’t have the bank account that goes with this city!“Another slipped:”My God ! €31 for chicken at that price, I eat the bones, no, but it’s overdone!“
Amandine Pellissard, victim of tourist traps?
If many Internet users were scandalized by the price of roast chicken, others advised him to move away from the city center to find more correct prices. “Having been there dozens of times, you have to get away from the center and the port which are tourist traps. There are good inexpensive restaurants, and above all great walks like the Doiniers trail“, confided a subscriber. Still shocked by the price of a drink, another slipped: “In the 80s, I was also traumatized by the price of a strawberry diabolo taken from the very last bar in the port, which at that time was 28 francs.I savored this strawberry diabolo even if it ruined me.“