BEST WESTERN Hotel le Galice
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in between two large points. I decided to walk out to one of the points. I ended up at a palace/ university. It was lovely and sunny and also the most windy. So windy in fact that I had to forcefully lean in and walk to make any progress moving forward. It was hilarious. While on the point I saw some beautiful buildings on the other point and decided to walk around to them. On the way I went through a very crafty Christmas fair and had a beignet. Then I ...
... this stretch, we prepared to leave on our journey to Europe with a particular focus on walking the Camino Francais (around 800 kilometres).
Aaron & Brodie's reno consisted of redoing their kitchen, removal of the exterior walls and roof in this area then rebuilding this with a second floor, then removal and upgrade of the existing roof to provide better ventilation and a new surface to receive new roofing. Aaron and Marc did most of the ...
... for ice cubes.
I had the salade de campignarde (sp?) and Hunter had pasta carbonara. We had tea again afterwards, just relaxing. This time, instead of the Turkish black tea, we had Kenyan black tea. We entertained ourselves by taking turns naming countries until we couldn't name anymore. We need to work on the African countries.
We walked back to the hotel, and we're preparing for our departure to Marseilles tomorrow. We're really looking forward to getting to Morocco!
Back in Aix we jumped into concert mode. We became one huge parade from the three buses to the cathedral, carrying garment bags and carry-ons through the old door, the cloisters, past a lush courtyard and down, down, down steps to the ladies' dressing room. It was a large, tunnel-like room made entirely of stone. The lights were on a timer, so every once in a while we would be plunged into total darkness until we found the light switch again. ...
... so we recharged with fried mackerel, steak and salad. Sitting down for a meal is a luxury so we savoured every bite. We started from the port area and walked all over the city centre guided by a tourist map. Marseilles was heavily bombed by the Germans during World War II and so most of the builds are quite new. Especially the port area has seen a boom of new development. But it still has a good mix of old and new. We then made our way into the smaller streets where ...