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... at all the wealth around the place..
Fun over walked back up the hill back to the train and back to our lovely Aix.It was all a bit of a dream moment.Enjoy the photos they say more about the place than I can.
Just had dinner and packing for a very early start for Paris. Expect to be there by 12.00ish
WIll talk tomorrow as our last stage begins.
This time next week we will be on our way home.:-)
The travelling Parisianberries xxx
... from ochre and brightly coloured .Do picturesque. On to Senanque Abby in Bonnieux high on top of ancient town. Some parts of abby as old as 10th century. Last village, Lourmarin one of Provence's prettiest towns. It was a day to remember for a long time. Back to Aix at 6.00 pm nice wine to unwind on way home and early night.
Hope all had good weekend
Luv us xx
... for tonight. Just as we leave Monaco, it starts to rain and it continues to rain all the way to Genoa, only it intensifies closer to Genoa. Full blown storm in Genoa, pouring with rain, lightning, thunder, dark and trying to find somewhere to stay. Dazza: This was a concerning night. We ran the gauntlet with accommodation, choosing, for the first time, to just follow the Lonely Planet suggestions (without reservation!)....oooops! ...
... bacon, eggs etc and met a lovely couple from Hampshire in London who gave us some great tips on what to see in the area, the highlight being the little town of Cassis about an hour away on the Mediterranean coast. After breakfast Ally had a quick swim (the only brave one amongst us) and Mum & Dad shot off to the supermarket for some supplies. Louis: Around 12 we headed south to the coast, and into the small town called Cassis. We struggled ...
... this performance! The walk took a bit longer than 30 mins, was easy & enjoyable in this very pleasant temperature. Of course, all the details are written in French so all we could gleen was the enjoyment of taking a pictorial account of our journey. Dinner was delicious, not to mention the vino followed by the pastry. Jul is still grieving for the wholemeal croissant she so loved in San Sebastián. By this stage it was only 6.15pm. Time for an early night me ...