La Bastide Du Roy Rene
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Where do I start? We headed off to saint maximin a st baume primarily to see father David and to give him some parcels from Australia (duly delivered Kate :-) ). We were in the Basilique de Marie Madeleine looking at its wonders and saw him hard at work in confession. What providence as we weren't exactly sure where to start looking for him. He …
We awoke fairly early in Savona. Everyone still a little out of whack. Had a nice simple breakfast in hotel and headed off for Aix en Provence. Brent is driving like an Italian. Day 2 and he has got his eye in. It is no mean feat. Between the size of the Opel 9 seater ( i.e. it's a transit van!), the fact we are out of practice with manuals and the …
... with gas and other fees, but the amount is regulated to make sure the driver isn’t making a profit. It’s quite a hot service in France right now (and other European countries) since it’s environmentally friendly. On the way to Marseille, I rode with two Parisian guys and a Hungarian girl (also studying in France), and on the way back the driver and passengers were all French. They were all friendly and everything went smoothly on the way there ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...