Auberge la Folie
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... La Corniche (a long stretch of road right by the ocean), and explored other areas. Marseille offers some of the prettiest views I’ve ever seen. It was quite a treat to get out of Paris for a few days and spend it by the ocean. I also forgot how nice it was to have home cooked meals! We had raclette the first night, grilled fish the second, and chili the last night. The family was so kind and accommodating, and they told me I was welcome back ...
... it’s hard, and that I can also listen to
my own words, but I think we need to start stepping up to the plate.
Marseille has the
prettiest and most gorgeous view from its coast line out of all of the cities I
visited a couple of weeks ago. The water is a turquoise I’ve never seen before.
The coast line is long, I could have spent more time in Marseille. I loved the whole
part of the city that was closest to the city. There is ...
... When we arrived back in Marseille we did spend some time there but it wasn't very pretty or interesting and the people were a bit creepy! So back onto the ship and decided on Restaurant 2 for dinner as it was a French night - escargot, chateaubriand and then choc pot. Is it any wonder that I'm getting rounder by the minute! HUGE night playing with everyone we've met. A concert with singing movie ...
... old to be sold off to any white slave markets I attempt to go with flow and enjoy the ride. Turns out Daniel (Paul actually has a talent for the languages here...he some how communicates quite well by speaking in a pigeon French, accent included, and usually comes up trumps) is not related to the French mafia,,,or african slave trade, or just a plain old physco collecting unsuspecting tourists...he is a Community worker...paid to show people around ...
... but there is also a younger, university crowd helping set the tone. Just on the edge of the old town is Cours Mirabeau which is a typically French, wide tree lined avenue studded with statues and fountains, cafes and shops along either side, and people everywhere.
The famous painter Paul Cezanne hails from Aix, and they certainly don’t let you forget it! We picked up a map that had a walking path you could follow in his footsteps. This literally took you ...