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... the ship we discovered 'les petits trains' which transported us from the Old Port to Notre Dame de la garde, going through the Corniche. This was a fascinating 'tour' where we saw great contrasts of the old and new. We climbed the stairs at 'Notre Dame de la garde' to 531 feet altitude where the statue 'La Bonne Mere' watches over an amazing view of the city. Marseille is the second largest city in France, after Paris, with a population of ...
... 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 ...
... till we returned home. It now seems that we will have to retrace this route on two more days when we drive to Cassis and The Pays D'Aigues Loop. We may eventually achieve 70kmph with practice.
We were still amazed to find that it didn't take any longer than the forecast 1 hour. Then we struck the traffic entering Aix on market day. We had told Tom to direct us to the Tourist Info. office and I observed that this might mean we would end up ...
... morning. Wow, what a dinner....salmon a la Boris. It was fabulous. Also has made me realise that high quality cooking skills may become a mandatory requirement for all future visitors.
We headed to bed around 11pm and my stomach was again uncomfortable. This time it became worse as the night rolled on and I made the call to head to the hospital around 3am. It was only five minutes away and, unlike in Australia, there was no queue.
It did not fill ...
... yesterday, and they are so delicious, tender and sweet! I ate them for breakfast. They are red all the way through! We ventured out for breakfast and found some wonderful brioche (my very favorite bread in France!), croissants to die for, and some sort of pastry for John. He wouldn't try the coffee, though, as the cups are the size of the mouthwash cups in the dentist's office and pretty strong.
We went on a walking tour of Aix with ...