Le Moulin du Rossignol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... about in Alexandre Dumas’ novel, The Count of Monte Cristo. The chateau was first used as a fortress and then a prison, and now it serves as a tourist destination.
I stayed with the family of a classmate for about 3 days in Marseille. They were very welcoming and delightful, and it was a restful few days. There are several wonderful hiking trails in Marseille, and we tackled one of them while I was there. The climb was quite steep at times but ...
... the Calanques de Sormiou. We were not fortunate enough to see these calanques.
We had planned on taking a bus to them and doing a hiking trip, but the bus was
not running Sunday, so we were able to see some different Calanques instead by taking
a boat tour. I don’t regret the boat ride, it was still nice, but the calanques
we saw were the closest to Marseille and the least impressionable. So I must
say I was disappointed a bit. I guess all the ...
... It was interesting, especially eavesdropping on a small tour in English, as we read the information on the walls. The gardens were pretty much finished for the season but they must still be beautiful in the early summer.
We continued up the road to Glanum a former Roman provincial settlement with Greek roots. We had originally thought that this was going to be just another roman ruin but the layout and the history was different. Greeks and ...
... have our fair share!
On our first day in Aix en Provence, we had both – croissant and baguette! Aix has a typical French Provencal town feel. We wondered around the markets, ohhing and ahhing over all the amazing food, in between walking around the pedestrianised old town – getting lost in lanes and alleys, coming across quaint little squares, wonderful old buildings and fountains. There is quite an upmarket feel to Aix’s city streets, with lots of ...
... There was now only 30 minutes between me and eating on my front tooth again. Woohoo!! It was now only 4:30pm so we decided we had time to go to the Palais de Papes. What a magnificent structure. We hired the audio guides which took us first through some of the lower floor rooms including the papal treasury. I was amazed to hear that as late as 1985 the lifted the floor stones in here and found some never before found vaults. They have put perspex over two of these now ...