Bonsai Etape Marseille-Vitrolles
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I've been slacking on my blog lately (lately being over a month…) so I’ll try to post two or three successive blog posts! I’ll focus on my fall break in this post, since traveling is always interesting to read about. I split my fall break into two shorter trips, first visiting Marseille and then Edinburgh. Drastically different, but both entirely worth the trip!
Marseille is in the south of France, right on the coast. It actually ...
Charlene ended up saying dessert? And we said no, but then I jokingly said
PANCAKES! And what do you know? About 10 minutes later she comes out of the kitchen
with a Tupperware of pancakes that must have been left over from that morning or
the morning before. It was a good moment. Oh, and not only were there pancakes,
but she also brought out maple syrup. Was I ever spoiled! This is the story
behind the picture of me and Baptiste on FB with pancakes. ...
... back of their push bike, breaking a fresh end bit off and munching on it as they walk down the street!! It’s almost like a fashion accessory here. So of course, we have joined in the tradition, and in most towns we have discovered our favourite Boulangerie (there are always many to choose from), and returned each day to buy a crunchy fresh baguette.
Then of course there is the deliciously airy and flaky breakfast tradition of a buttery warm croissant fresh from the ...
... could fully charge. Score!
I went to go order our drinks: a Venti black iced tea and a Venti green iced tea (at 4 euros a pop, mind you). Doesn't seem that difficult, right? Oh my god, you'd think I'd ordered steak and lobster. They "don't have green tea." Then why is it on the big ass menu above your head? Message to Starbucks: If you are going to have iced tea on your menus, make sure your stores and barristas are capable of making ...
... water colours. Our final lavender pilgrimage was to Abbaye de Senanque, a 12th century abbey near Gordes. We decided to take the scenic route through the Gorges de la Nesque which proved to be very spectacular. It was a very windy road with many rock tunnels through very steep limestone gorge country cut out over millions of years by the Nesque River. It was obviously a favourite route for cyclists and we had to navigate past many many couples and ...