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... the ship we discovered 'les petits trains' which transported us from the Old Port to Notre Dame de la garde, going through the Corniche. This was a fascinating 'tour' where we saw great contrasts of the old and new. We climbed the stairs at 'Notre Dame de la garde' to 531 feet altitude where the statue 'La Bonne Mere' watches over an amazing view of the city. Marseille is the second largest city in France, after Paris, with a population of ...
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Jan was meeting everyone at an art lecture in one of Cezanne's homes but I opted out so I could prepare for the big event. The party ...
... person was saying in coded language. Marseilles is ethnically diverse, vibrant, complicated and ultimately not entirely french. To someone who things of Nice and Cannes as the most elegant and sopisticated places on earth, Marseilles would seem like a punishment. Walk down one street and you are suddenly in North Africa - the markets, the stores, the people walking by - you have to actually stop and remember that you are in France. Le ...
... s point of view on Canada and his adventures he had there. There
were some of his roommates eating with us, so he was telling them stories about
what it was like in Canada. As I was only 9 when he was living with our family,
I don’t have too many specific memories about his time with us. But we had some
laughs and he was able to reminisce a bit. Somewhere along the line, the topic
of pancakes came up and he said Charlene made some really ...
... famous, not just notorious. Today, Ben and I took the afternoon to go down to the coast for some swimming and relaxing. It was a longish, but pleasant, walk, including a severed hoof of some description (possibly a boar, as people, not me alas, have seen wild boar about) gracing the trail. The last section was a steep decent to the rocks (no beach) without any shade. The water, which looked so inviting from afar, was brutally cold. Ice ...