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Travel Blogs from Aix-en-Provence
... I had €100 left for the next four days! When you think about fuel, tolls, food and parking we really had to budget. We could only afford two hours of parking but I think those two hours I will never forget. The Old Port is self explanatory, an old port in Marseille which you could have guessed by the name was beautiful, so many diverse buildings and cultures all crammed into one place.
I think the reason why I loved Marseille so much was because of ...
... began more than a century ago. Here we saw the beautiful 17th century chateau before waiting for our taxi to transfer us back to our accommodation "The Pyramide".
We returned to prepapre for dinner at the same restaurant as the night before, and of course had another 3 course meal.
... the village. Of course, before we started sightseeing, we just had to have a coffee and pastry.
We walked right up to the highest point, to take advantage of the breathtaking panoramic views amongst the ruins of the castle.
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We then prepared ourselves for dinner. Another 3 course meal was had by all compimented with Rouge Vin
After dinner it was off to bed to prepae for the next day's ...
... was just a Saturday. We decided if the locals were closing up their shops that early it might be wise for us to do so as well, so we turned in pretty early this night. Not a terrible outcome though since the ghettoness of the city allowed us to get a pretty sweet hotel room for the night. The flooring and washroom were designed like you might be staying in a yacht - fitting for a massive port city right? And with that, we said au revoir to Provence and began our trek towards the Côte ...