B&B Marseille La Valentine
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... the new Hunger Games movie. Of course, it was in French. It was pretty fun and funny because I don't speak French. At one point everyone in the theater laughed and I had no idea what was going on. Good times. If you are traveling abroad and you need a rest day, I recommend seeing a movie in a foreign language. It's a cool experience. Today Cortney stayed in bed all day and I went out exploring in my own. We staying up the hill from the main harbor and it's ...
Unfortunately the weather didn't want to cooperate 100% with our visit, even though we were quite lucky yesterday. We set aside today for traveling to Aix-en-Provence, about a 45 minute drive from Avignon. Since we knew it was going to be a rainy and blustery afternoon, we planned to arrive in the old city before lunch to walk around and grab a bite before heading for protection from the rain. We stumbled across an ...
... which was a very impressive feat of maneuvering since there was less than a foot of space on either side between the other multi-million-dollar boats.
After lunch we headed back up the hill to finish our time in Monte Carlo by seeing the iconic casino. After a thorough once over by the tuxedo clad doormen (no sandals are allowed and I could tell they were less than thrilled that I was wearing shorts but they let it slide) we were able to head to the ...
... with Maria-Lynn's long time friend Diana who lives in Vancouver. Diana picked us up at the airport and drove us to a cabin in the country that she had rented for us to share for a few days in the south of France, Cucuron.
She was finishing off a month in Europe on her trip as we were starting ours, and because she had lived in France for 10 years, she knew all kinds of great places to see including along the Mediterranean Cote D'Azur. Jet lag loomed ...
... on our way. Founded nearly 3000 years ago, Marseille is France's oldest city and today it is France’s second largest city with 1.6 million citizens. Nestled between the sea and mountains, Marseille offers a richly unique heritage, cosmopolitan passion and invigorating cultural scene. The area boasts a climate that provides nearly 300 sun-drenched days a year, attracting visitors from all over the world.
The city’s history means that ...