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... we enjoyed our last lunch in the dining room then reluctantly packed our bags & disembarked. Caught a taxi to out hotel, the gorgeous historic Intercontinental Marseille Hotel Dieu. Our amazing executive room had a large undercover terrace with a panoramic view over the Old Port.
Went for a long walk around the harbour, stopped for a drink to enjoy the sunset over the port, then ordered a dinner of mussels before walking back uphill to our ...
Wow lets head to Cassis - and check out Marseille on the way. Loaded up bikes and took off from our French Hosts in Miramas for a night away. Well - Marseille is a big jungle, the port area was nice but we decided to just keep heading over the hill to Cassis and what a view it was, an amazing coastline. We arrived, parked the car and walked around and around with great small town with a Marina and ...
... until further investigations deemed the site safe. At this moment, we felt extremely guilty for having thought that our own wants could be more important than the tragedy that had occurred. I can’t even bear to think of the distress that the family must be experiencing. Our hearts and prayers go out to the family who has suffered such an enormous loss, and we must be grateful for the healthy, happy family we have.
With a bit of a cloud hanging over ...
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... orange juice, baguette, cheese and ham and my favourite pain au chocolat, we start on the road early. Do not drive in the south east of France unless you have lots of change for the tolls on the motorway, and endless patience! You need the patience for the Italianate ways of other drivers who hog your back bumper, stand on the horn if you hesitate for a second, and for the hot and dusty queues at all the red traffic lights. Once ...