Citadines Apart'hotel Aix Jas de Bouffan
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... rebuildings etc typical of most of the old religious buildings in France. The Abbey Church is very simple, very majestic and, thanks to the lovely stained-glass windows and interior lighting, was quite atmospheric. We liked it.
The tourist information suggested a visit to Les Four des Navettes which is the oldest bakery in Marseille (1781) and is famous for its navette biscuits. According to legend, these long, oval biscuits represent ...
... powers and so far we have found free parking on the street. Let's see if
The city is charming and is the home of Cezanne's art studio. If we lean out of the window
we can see Mount Victoire which plays a big part in many of Cezanne's paintings.
The city is also known for having wonderful markets most days of the week.
... at the top, with our own million dollar view. Walked back and went to the western side castle which is a Musee now. Great architecture & old and new marriage of stone, steel, and concrete quite spectacular. Then after beers, as it was 4pm, took the little train tour to areas we could no longer walk to. Sussed out the local restaurants for some options for dinner. Returned ...
... a Van Gogh, a couple of Monets, a Manet etc.
The musuem was so well done we headed over to the main one to see the special exhibit which highlighted another collector, this time an American named Pearlman who had a fondness for collecting works of Cezanne. He collected his works from 1951 to 1974 and donated all of his art to Princeton. The university loans the collection out and we ...
... We were not disappointed by the amazing meal, it was wonderful and very very filling. I think you can see from the photos that we may have proved Nicholas is right and there are some crazy Australians (and French people) late in the night. We arrived home just after midnight....Sue did really well and didn't crash in the corner, and was smart enough not to try Cossack dancing like some others! Blog done at 9am, and Sandy has just surfaced, no sign of others yet ...