Adagio Marseille Prado Plage
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... in Cortney. I convinced her to get up and go get some food. We found some Indian food and our waitress used her iPhone to help translate everything because she spoke no English. I think that's probably one of the major differences here. Pretty much everywhere we have been, English is everyone's second language and is an automatic default. That's not the case in Marseille. I've found very few people who speak English at all. It's very interesting and leads to a lot of ...
... and turned out to be a fascinating afternoon. The Camp des Milles is a memorial/museum and set up in an old tile factory that was used as an internment camp during WWII. From 1939-1942 it was used in three different capacities by the French government; first as an internment camp for foreigners who were assumed to be spies or in cooperation with the Nazi regime aka "enemy subjects", second as a transit and internment ...
... St Jean and Fort St Nicholas, built in the 17th century by Louis XIV.
Next day, we went to Notre Dame de la Garde – Marseille’s answer to Paris’ Sacre Coeur – which sits on top of a 500 ft hill overlooking the city. It was built in the 1850s and has a statue of the Madonna and Child on top! We took a tourist train up to the church and had a pleasant ride along the harbour and the Corniche, before turning ...
... than they do today. In some cases we were touching stone walls or bridges up to 2000 years old. AWESOME!!! It makes you wonder if the bridges we build today will be here in 2000 years.
We were lucky enough to be in some of these villages during their farmers' or artisan markets. These were very well attended happenings with a plethora of seasonal produce and prepared food products. One market was an artisan's market which had unique and ...
... on leaving the B&B for the suitcase to be meticulously packed again.
But this eye for order certainly has it's benefits - for me. Reading the above you might not be surprised to hear that I have a slight tendency to misplace things. "Er, Avril, did you happen to notice what I did with the car keys?" And, of course, who comes to my rescue? Again and again. When I told Avril I might write a blog about her, she suggested the title "Travels With My Personal ...