Campanile Salon de Provence
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... with gas and other fees, but the amount is regulated to make sure the driver isn’t making a profit. It’s quite a hot service in France right now (and other European countries) since it’s environmentally friendly. On the way to Marseille, I rode with two Parisian guys and a Hungarian girl (also studying in France), and on the way back the driver and passengers were all French. They were all friendly and everything went smoothly on the way there ...
... the Calanques de Sormiou. We were not fortunate enough to see these calanques.
We had planned on taking a bus to them and doing a hiking trip, but the bus was
not running Sunday, so we were able to see some different Calanques instead by taking
a boat tour. I don’t regret the boat ride, it was still nice, but the calanques
we saw were the closest to Marseille and the least impressionable. So I must
say I was disappointed a bit. I guess all the ...
... France, within half a day, their wonderful fresh baguettes start going stale! Goes to show how fresh the bread here is and how filled with other **** and preservatives the Australian stuff can be. At less than $1 for a beautiful baguette, you can afford to buy a fresh one every day (or even twice a day for that matter!), and that’s what the locals do. You see everyone from kids in prams to grandparents walking along holding a baguette, sticking out of their hand bag, attached ...
... part we see, not enough to form an opinion or judge (if that were the sort of thing I'd do) and dinner was also ok. Not necessarily the fantastic dinner I had hoped for my last night, but it had a lot to compete against. I had veggies and some sort of fish. We did have some gelato before dinner which was good although I was also hoping for a send off crepe. No such luck. Oh well. After dinner we have about an hour so we read back at the depot. The train comes and we ...
... which is enormous and very beautiful. Built in the 14th century when popes fled Rome and made their home here in Avignon. During that time, there were 2 popes - one in Rome too.
Avignon is a superb old medieval city surrounded by 4.3km of well preserved stone walls.
It is well known for its famous bridge the Pont d'Avignon remember the French song!
So of course we then had a coffee and a cake at a Patesserie. Dinner will follow at a small French Restaurant