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... t have that great of a reputation, despite being the second largest city in France. It’s known for its port (the largest in France), as well as its crazy drivers, large immigrant population, and drug trade which make it a dangerous city. However, it is also a beautiful city known for its gastronomy, soap, every water sport you can imagine, and dreamlike ocean views. It’s also known for the Island of If, and the infamous Chateau d’If which ...
So I see why people told me I shouldn’t bother with
Marseille, they are totally right, it’s dirty. It is the second biggest city in
France and their garbage removal system does not seem to work. There are
overspilling dumpsters everywhere, RATS running around and we even saw a dead
one beside some dumpsters. I also saw/noticed the most homeless/beggars in this
city. It is interesting how the atmosphere changes as we travel from
city to ...
Our stay at the chateaux was very relaxing but the food was expensive and we had no other option as we are 20 minutes out of Tours and the taxi is €25 each way. Time to pack up and move on. We have observed in a number of French train stations that they have a piano available on the concourse and individuals are welcome to play and most of the time they are excellent pianists! We are on our way to Aux-en-Provence today via TGV. We are waiting at Tours for our train to ...
... back of their push bike, breaking a fresh end bit off and munching on it as they walk down the street!! It’s almost like a fashion accessory here. So of course, we have joined in the tradition, and in most towns we have discovered our favourite Boulangerie (there are always many to choose from), and returned each day to buy a crunchy fresh baguette.
Then of course there is the deliciously airy and flaky breakfast tradition of a buttery warm croissant fresh from the ...
Wow, what a day...and night
It was a very early start with Beth and Rick getting a 535am taxi! I wandered down to say au revoir but I missed them, so crawled back into bed. We will miss them this week, thanks for your great company and fantastic coffee ;-)
We had a 230pm flight to meet in Nice and so we decided to make a day trip and go via Cannes. That was a good decision, it was a happening place, lots of beach goers but also a couple who ...