Balladins Marseille Aeroport Superior
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... the ship we discovered 'les petits trains' which transported us from the Old Port to Notre Dame de la garde, going through the Corniche. This was a fascinating 'tour' where we saw great contrasts of the old and new. We climbed the stairs at 'Notre Dame de la garde' to 531 feet altitude where the statue 'La Bonne Mere' watches over an amazing view of the city. Marseille is the second largest city in France, after Paris, with a population of ...
... out to be 5-6 more. Our wonderful friend Mary had volunteered to get more rose and beer so we were fine.
Everyone seemed to have a good time, the conversation was lively and we had music courtesy of the new Bluetooth speaker system I had purchased as an early birthday gift to myself at the Apple store in town.
Yes, you heard me - there is an Apple ...
... a very small country with only 35,000 people plus Monte Carlo casino, film stars & celebrities and more recently rich Russians!! It is the richest country in the world, ahead of Luxembourg. We stopped for a quick visit near the Palace up high on a cliff top above the ocean. The whole country is so jam packed into the massive hill & cliff sides with tightly winding roads that are often traffic jammed! Now off to Nice ...
... us off on writing a "How to Survive France Guide--For Americans." It allowed us to review the last two weeks traveling through the south of France, the fun, the adventures, and misadventures. (See below)
We also played the "Let's name every country in the world" game--I even wrote them down this time, as well as naming and writing down the 50 states. I downloaded pictures from my camera and Hunter's phone onto my computer, and we ...
... time already so we bought the tyre and tracked down another tyre place who fitted it in very speedy time and with good humour and we were on our way again. We drove back through Gordes which proved to be a very spectacular hillside village over on the Vaucluse range side of the valley. It was quite like some of the villages in Italy on very steep hillsides with sheer cliffs. But we discovered an important difference. As we drove through ...