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Today we decided that we wanted a chill day and that we didn't want to travel. Therefore we woke up late. We then went to the pool and sunbathed and read for a couple of hours before going back to the campervan. We played a game of Rummikub and then went to ...
Today we woke up rather early to try to head down to St. Tropez for Dad's birthday. However, as we started to enter Frejus, which was in St. Raphaël, we realised that we had driven into the Saturday morning rush hour traffic for the beach. So, we turned around and at midday we decided to head elsewhere. We found a campsite in ...
- 5:15AM: Early breakfast in the hotel breakfast room on the ground floor, near the reception desk
- 5:40AM: Meet in hotel lobby ready to depart
- 5:45AM: Transfer via private coach to Lyon Part-Dieu train station (no guide included)
- Intra-program train: Roundtrip transfer from Lyon to Marseille 6:36AM – 8:21AM
- 8:21AM: Group met by full day private coach for excursion in Marseille
- 9:30AM: Visit of ...
... we were lucky to find a spot in the shade and we took advantage by having a very slow and relaxing French meal. While sitting at our table we also had the chance to look at the people who were choosing to enjoy the coast at one of these private beaches. These were mostly sand (which they cart in) and to rent a lounge chair at one of these beaches can cost as much as €20 for the day! We decided that we didn’t need to pay that much to get a sun-burn so ...
... that caused a traffic jam that only added to the city gridlock.
Marseille is an amazing city that has a grungy swagger about it. It is chaotic, the streets are narrow and blocked with unattended cars, there is rubbish spilling from the bins onto the street. If dog excrement replaces gold as a valuable asset on the commodities market Marseille will be filled with billionaires. If you do not like this or are ...
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