Bonsai Etape Marseille-Vitrolles
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... its administrative limits. It is the third largest urban area and metropolitan area after Paris and Lyon with a population of around 16 million! It is France's largest city on the Mediterranean coast and largest commercial port. This is not a place we could even try to take in with just a few hours. Shopping was not on our agenda today! This evening we had a special invitation to attend a get-together with the officers, staff and crew ...
... 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 ...
... a try to paddle in the Mediterranean Sea at Nice but could only last one minute in the water because the stones hurt our feet and gave way under us as the waves washed in. We had trouble trying to scramble back out without falling over! Give us Aussie sand any day! Despite the stony beach, it was a nice place to visit. Now we are off to Cannes, another favourite beach for the rich and famous. It is a sandy beach but the water ...
... people. There were lots of cute kids; one cute little boy danced and danced being quite the entertainer. One man in the area was only wearing denim overalls--no shirt. Hunter commented on a fashion trend she saw over and over on women: striped shirts with fedora hats. Dogs were a common sight as well.
Anyway, somehow we stayed engaged in something or other for seven hours. I called the hotel at about 16:40 to see if they would send ...
... Sade stands at the top of the village. He apparently wasn't anywhere near as macabre as the legend and Pierre Cardin bought the chateau in the 1990's. He has hosted a festival of opera and performance in the Roman limestone quarry adjacent to the chateau ever since. The market in the village square was quite small and the best produce on sale turned out to be black cherries and apricot conserve from Italy rather than locally made. The ruins of the ...