Adagio Marseille Prado Plage
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Awaking each morning to tea and toast etc. served to our room whenever we desire (6:30 for me) and having it on the balcony as the ship comes in to the next port is an unforgettable experience. This we did again today as we arrived at Marseilles - La Joliette. The view is stunning and we later enjoyed it more as we had 'proper breakfast' on the Terrace upstairs with John and Melinda. Then off on our meanderings into Marseille. After a good ...
... out to be 5-6 more. Our wonderful friend Mary had volunteered to get more rose and beer so we were fine.
Everyone seemed to have a good time, the conversation was lively and we had music courtesy of the new Bluetooth speaker system I had purchased as an early birthday gift to myself at the Apple store in town.
Yes, you heard me - there is an Apple ...
... supply chain, the environment, and economic growth. The guide seemed like he had a very carefree attitude. He began smoking in the middle of his presentation which was making it hard for me to breathe so I stepped outside. Our lunch was at a really funky cafe. The food was excellent, like everywhere in France, and we had the opportunity to see the port a little from the outside. Our next stop was FedEx. It was so interesting to me how the French people adopted ...
... we realized that the Old Town part of Nice is notorious for not having anywhere to park! Our GPS system was very helpful because it really wanted us to head the wrong way down a one way, pedestrian only side street to get to our hotel. So after deciding that wasn’t going to work we spent about an hour circling the town trying to find street parking before breaking down and just following the GPS directions anyway. Bad idea! After heading down some of ...
The houses built along the coast looked like they were built one on top of the other right up the hill. The water was sparkling and the day was beautiful. We noted that the architecture seemed simpler than Spain’s and several buildings were built in the late 40’s to replace the buildings destroyed during the end of WW II. They were really plain.
We finally headed up the hill to Notre –Dame de la Garde ...