L'Hotel Particulier 28 a Aix
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... at the top made the climb worth it. We could see all of Marseille along with the Calanques (a set of limestone cliffs). I also had to test the ocean water of course. The outside temperature was in the low 70’s, but the water was in the 60’s. A bit chilly, but still swimmable.
We also visited the Old Port (every time I visit ports I decide I want to live on a boat someday), saw the Marseille Cathedral (quite interesting architecture), ...
... s point of view on Canada and his adventures he had there. There
were some of his roommates eating with us, so he was telling them stories about
what it was like in Canada. As I was only 9 when he was living with our family,
I don’t have too many specific memories about his time with us. But we had some
laughs and he was able to reminisce a bit. Somewhere along the line, the topic
of pancakes came up and he said Charlene made some really ...
... 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 ...
... that Aix is a university town. Of it's 150,000 residents, 50,000 are students. No wonder there are so many young people out at night. Rick and Alice, I know you like university towns and that you are interested in maybe living in France for a while. Aix might be someplace you might consider. Audry did say it was very expensive, though.
I have literally hundreds of pictures from today, but I'll narrow it down. I'll probably put them all on line when we get home.
... to check-in our luggage. After several fits and starts, we succeeded in running the gauntlet and checked the bags (without any excess baggage fees, which surprised us).
We took a taxi from the Marseille airport to our apartment in Aix-en-Provence, on the Cours Mirabeau, the main drag of this elegant town of approximately 150,000 inhabitants. This street, which is more like a promenade, is packed with cafes, shops, and bustling with pedestrians, many of whom appear ...