Belambra Clubs - Les Criques
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... still some views available from the road. We found the car parking for mobile homes and made our way through the gates to find a spot, one of hundreds and hundreds of spaces however there were only a handful of vehicles there. I imagine it would be a nightmare trying to get parking through the summer. We parked Fifi up, locked up and headed out. The parking is on the marina so we wandered along the pathway towards the hub of the town. I think I ...
... half live eh!
We spent a really great week here adjusting to the glitter and glam that is the Med but it was time to move on again as not only are we now half way through our trip, but we are also meeting up with Paul’s parents plus Katie and our little grandson Jack who is 6 months old and we last saw him at only 8 weeks old, for a well earned holiday near Nice……we can’t wait…..see you all very soon!!!
... skies and sun with temperatures in the mid 20s. It seemed too good to be true and as a Melbournian, I was very suspicious of this long run =P. So finished of that day with another amazing sunset, this time from atop a castle with French wine...of course XD. Went to the bar for some more drinks with the group before calling it quits, mmm what a day.
This was to be out party day though the talks proceeded from 9 as usual. After ...
... 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 ...
... the three of us visited Marseille. We started off by going to Notre Dame de la Garde, which is a really impressive church. It sits on top of a hill overlooking the city and the sea. It was restored not long ago and inside the artwork was amazing. We had lunch in the church café to shelter from the wind, then we went to the city's harbour. While we were looking round the market, the wind caught one of the big umbrella ...