B&B Marseille La Valentine
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... our first sailing with Seaborn. This we did and it was a happy occasion for all. Special hor doevres, pink champagne and a time to meet other passengers. Of course we chatted to quite a number. It was fun :) Dinner again and then up on the top deck to watch the ship leaving port in the glow of evening! Next on to a 'show' in the 'Grand Salon' with a great vocalist - Toni Warne- a finalist on BBC's The Voice UK. Another most memorable day- ...
... had enough room to store cold beverages. Jan was in charge of purchasing beverages so she set out for the Monoprix (where they sell everything) and I set out to the farmer's market to see what we could do for hors d'oeuvres. We were figuring on about 6-8 people.
I bought some veggies for crudite here
I bought some olives here ...
5:15AM: Early breakfast in the hotel breakfast room on the ground floor, near the
5:40AM: Meet in hotel lobby ready to depart
5:45AM: Transfer via private coach to Lyon Part-Dieu train station (no guide included)
Intra-program train: Roundtrip transfer from Lyon to Marseille 6:36AM – 8:21AM
(economy class tickets included in per person ground costs)
8:21AM: Group met by full ...
... and chill for a couple of hours. Getting there early meant we got an amazing spot just in front of a roundabout (they were going to come from the left Debs!) up on a little hill. The weather was beautiful and we watched slowly as the gates were put up, people came and crowded the course, the road was closed and eventually the festivities began. There is a massive parade before the tour with free stuff being thrown into the crowd. Julie scored us a frisbee! ...
... who had joined the French Resistance, hid from the Germans in Rousillon from 1942-45.
More driving through storybook country - irises and poppies growing wild, lavender fields, but not in bloom, ancient grape vines and Cypress lining the roads, until we came to the prettiest village of them all, Gordes. This village surrounds an ancient fortress high on a hilltop in the Luberon. We spent our time here wandering the calades (narrow cobblestone streets). To ...