Campanile Marseille - Vitrolles Anjoly
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Second to last full day in Europe.. sighhh.
Olivier and I went to an inlet to swim in the afternoon. Another gorgeous day. After coming back and feeding Charlotte some wonderful spinach gunk, we took a trip into Marseille, the second largest city in France next to Paris.
We first headed to Notre-Dame de le Garde, a catholic bascillia located at the highest point in Marseille. This church, seen from ...
... inlets. I prepared myself for the hike and for a swim, but I didn't realize how close I was to absolute beauty. The cliffs and the blue water were amazing... the boats lining the inlets... everyone swimming. It was surreal. I've been to busy Paris, spent a weekend in the countryside for the wedding, and now had the opportunity to take a dip in the ...
... but they do so with no "spillage" from one scene onto the adjacent wall or floor in the cave which has huge pillars left to support the roof after the stone was extracted, and the pillars are also projected onto in the same seamless fashion... I simply cannot do it justice here, but do have a Google on it, because it is simply an amazing experience. It is all ..."animated" isn't the right word, but is all moving and growing, and evolving as you watch, and after ...
... They made my iced tea by brewing hot black tea and pouring it over ice. Hunter had iced mint tea, prepared the same way. WTF?
We discussed at length our readiness for a change in location. We were Frenched out. I think culture shock had peaked--regardless of our familiarity and prior experiences with the culture. Don't get me wrong here; we love France, the people, and the culture. But it is just time for us to move on. :)
... in speckled sunshine, enjoying the sun and spring growth. Walked along the streets till we found the home of Jean-Francois de Galaup de Laperouse.
Decided to live dangerously and give TT its head with the instruction of "shortest" way back to Najac. TT didn't disappoint. We snaked and zig-zagged north through forests and over mountains. Whilst I doubt I could ever recreate that journey, the scenery and views were spectacular.