Adagio Marseille Prado Plage
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... C'est sud - we were able to eat dinner listening to the Aix Big Band!! This was especially nice as this weekend we would have been at the Merimbula Jazz Festival if we were at home. We felt like we missed out a bit when we saw the photos of Spectrum having so much fun. But this was pretty good! Farmers Markets are not just for Saturdays here. There seems to be fresh food markets every day, although apparently some days are better then ...
... to eat etc. Of course in a country where we don't speak the language google translator is a god send. Anyway we both got local sims - me for my phone and Mr S for his iPad ... But it isn't all that easy to top up. Oh easy enough to purchase top ups - just walk into a Tabac and ask for credit. But then what? The receipt is in French ... So back to the hotel for wifi so we can translate ... Then you can't do these things on the internet - you have ...
... as they consist of limestone.
There were some interesting flowers in the garden - including a bottle brush that we almost walked right passed. It's funny that it took a while to realise that there was something wrong with seeing one of these in France.
Walk back to the town was aided by a stop at the local ice cream shop - Italian gelato is good in any language!
... and a half I sat staring at the horizon trying to convince myself that I wasn't going to die. Trust me it was bumpy and while the swell didn't look huge - there were waves hitting the windows. Even Mr S conceded 'it was pretty rough out there". My friend John is planning a trip to France with his wife and daughter. We have been researching together - but his research has centred around chocolate shops and cafés! This one is for ...
... Calanques, even if it were the only reason I was revisiting France.
Wildly happy, we found that the little town of fishermen (I'm guessing, based on all the boats docked on the waters) had a single cafe. We had our night's lite dinner there and headed back, out of Marseille and into Avignon, where we were staying for the night.
** A little adventure - we followed a Google Map to our apartment in Avignon. On the way there we tried to take a route ...
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