Le Moulin du Rossignol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Awaking each morning to tea and toast etc. served to our room whenever we desire (6:30 for me) and having it on the balcony as the ship comes in to the next port is an unforgettable experience. This we did again today as we arrived at Marseilles - La Joliette. The view is stunning and we later enjoyed it more as we had 'proper breakfast' on the Terrace upstairs with John and Melinda. Then off on our meanderings into Marseille. After a good ...
... had enough room to store cold beverages. Jan was in charge of purchasing beverages so she set out for the Monoprix (where they sell everything) and I set out to the farmer's market to see what we could do for hors d'oeuvres. We were figuring on about 6-8 people.
I bought some veggies for crudite here
I bought some olives here ...
... mesmerised watching the rainfall from the safety of our Gite door, however you'll get an idea from the video of what we faced. Boredom and hunger though soon set in. We'd not eaten anything since the 4kilos of croissants and pain au chocolate at breakfast and concerned of us suffering from the effects of starvation and dehydration (as if!), we decided to be bold, brave the storm, and run like the wind from the forking rain (or was that the lightning?!). A quick 2 min ...
... hotel the rain had stopped.
We walked back into the centre of town and scoped out the recommended restaurants and ended up at a really good small burger restaurant. I had the Italian burger - mozzarella, arugula and balsamic reduction- very tasty.
Our full day in St. Remy was spent exploring the 2 major sites and the pretty little town. First stop was the sanatorium (St-Paul-de-Mausole) where Vincent Van Gogh spent the last year of his ...
... doors - two saving private - and then one opened and a friendly face guy came out. I could finally take a deep breath. Hopefully we were not too late. When we followed him into the unmarked door we were in his practice room - it was brightly lit with all the equipment you would expect. Relief. The dark and dirty corridors had me worried. He understood english enough for me to tell him what my dentist said I needed. He said yes, ok, lie back and 15mins later I was ready ...