Auberge la Folie
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... have no idea. I am not happy. I'm not very happy at all. All this time I thought that only watching football and playing golf caused me to throw my toys out of my cot. It seems that I can now add listening to a GPS to this list. I find myself wanting to do unspeakable things to the GPS. I find myself screaming words that I didn't realise I even knew existed. Eventually we see a sign to the hotel that we need to get to to join the tour. We follow the sign, but ...
- Day 9:
- The day of the actual wedding ceremony arrives. Almost an anti-climax after all the pre-wedding partying! Light rain is falling, not good for outdoors ,hope it clears for afternoon.
- Festivities at the Castle not due until 2 pm so we decide to visit our other Castle («hateau de Chateauneuf) which is only 100 mtrs from our B&B.
- Displays much as in all the other Castles cum ...
Today we woke up really early at 6am to get to Cassis which was 1.5hrs away. We had hired an "Alligator Boat" at 9am but she told us to be there early so they could show us how to use the boat.
When we got to Cassis we parked right on the Port front. So we were right by the office de tourism. When we found them they got Olli and I lifejackets and we headed to our boat. The reason we got the Alligator boat was to see the Calanques. Which means:
... reading and relaxing. It's a tough life!!
After lunch we took the shuttle again as our plan to try for a taxi changed when we saw the queue. We had a wander around Marseilles though we had difficulty working out where we were on the map and these meant we did not enjoy the experience as much as previous trips ashore and it is not on our places to return to ...
... 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 ...