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Travel Blogs from Marseille
... at all the wealth around the place..
Fun over walked back up the hill back to the train and back to our lovely Aix.It was all a bit of a dream moment.Enjoy the photos they say more about the place than I can.
Just had dinner and packing for a very early start for Paris. Expect to be there by 12.00ish
WIll talk tomorrow as our last stage begins.
This time next week we will be on our way home.:-)
The travelling Parisianberries xxx
... point we tried to park the car in one of the all too familiar (and rare) parking spaces. Kez had to jump out in the pouring rain to guide me between the moped and another little matchbox car. After all that the VW wouldn't fit. Kez. I remember seeing Kez moving back to the car and then, as if by magic, she was gone and there was a bang on the side of the car! Warning, warning.....mother down in very wet Italian street! Like a ...
We woke this morning to a beautiful day. It was shaping up to be the sunniest, warmest day since London believe it or not .... and it didn't disappoint. Once we were organised and had given the dogs a good pat (they were sitting patiently at the door), we wandered around the terrace and into the main house for some Breaky. Marie-Ange and Philipe had everything laid out including fresh figs that shed just taken from the garden. We had fresh ...
... looked immense with that backdrop - just look at the photo. It should be a Land-rover advertisement not a Corsa.
It was now 7:15, we took the shortest route up and jogged it! The sweat was pouring off us, however you seemed to forget when looking at the views around you . I was blown away by the views when we summited. The sun was just setting as we took a few photos, it was so windy and cold but definitely worth it! So, a climb that was meant to take ...
... was beautiful and the views amazing! You did get a great three-sixty view of the whole city. We got off and ended at Le Vieux Port, which was where the first traces of colonization of Marseille. It's the biggest Calanque in Provence and became the meeting place of all civilizations throughout the Mediterranean. Someone stole Michelle's camera, so that sucked. ...