On Tuesday, June 21, 2022, Amandine Pelisard shared a beautiful shot on Instagram. On holiday in Saint-Tropez, the mother of eight revealed that she was traumatized by the price … a roast chicken!
For the past week, Amandine Pelisard, her husband Alexander and their eight children have been enjoying the sun in the south of France. Happy, star of the show Large family, life in XXL, Shared a snapshot of her three children this weekend aired on TF1, before posting a picture of her adult. “Leo caught guarding the lens! He is my eldest son beautiful“If the young woman takes full advantage of her vacation, she is not reassured by Saint-Tropez. After posting a photo on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, where she was present with her husband, she said:”Duiu duiu duiu Saint-Tropez! So I want your impressions and your opinion about the city of Saint-Tropez … because Alex, the kids and I didn’t like it at all! Whatever the environment or mood … we have a lot of fun vacationing in Occitania.“
Of all the clarity, Amandin Pelisard explained that he did not feel comfortable. “Too much bling for us. And be careful, I’m talking about mentality, I’m talking about living, I’m not talking about appearances … because habit doesn’t make a monk!“, He wrote before adding:”And we’re talking roast chicken for 31.62 euros ??? Everything costs more! This chicken will hit me forever!“In the comments section, many netizens responded. One fan wrote:”.6 31.62 ?! It was at least gilded with gold leaf !! St. Tropez is a good day out, visit, but it’s for me! Spending a vacation there as a city is very expensive if you do not have a bank account that accompanies this city!“Another slipped:”My God! সেই 31 for chicken at that price, I eat bones, no, but it’s abusive!“
Amandine Pelisard, the victim of the tourist trap?
If many internet users get scammed with the price of roast chicken, others advise him to move away from the city center to find a more accurate price. “After going there dozens of times, you have to get away from the center and the port which is a tourist trap. There are good restaurants that are not so expensive and, above all, great walks like the Donier Trail.“, One customer admitted. Still shocked at the price of one drink, another slipped:”In the 80’s, I was shocked to see the price of a Strawberry Diabolo taken from the very last bar in the port, which at that time was 28 francs.I tasted this strawberry diabolo even though it ruined me.“