Citadines Marseille Prado Chanot Aparthotel
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- Pets allowed
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... in Cortney. I convinced her to get up and go get some food. We found some Indian food and our waitress used her iPhone to help translate everything because she spoke no English. I think that's probably one of the major differences here. Pretty much everywhere we have been, English is everyone's second language and is an automatic default. That's not the case in Marseille. I've found very few people who speak English at all. It's very interesting and leads to a lot of ...
... and really forced you to reflect on how human behavior can result in genocide and how it can be prevented and resisted more effectively. We finished our tour at a temporary exhibit that displayed the genocide of Rwanda – heartbreaking and eye opening.
Again, not your typical day in Provence, yet an unforgettable experience.
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“To do nothing is to be complicit.” ...
... towels for our faces and cold champagne to improve our mood. Add to that Twenty degree temperatures, the sun peeking out from scant clouds, snow covered alps in the distance, beautiful Cyprus trees doting the landscape amongst olive orchards and grape vines lined up like sentinels guarding its promise of wine and the struggles of the flight disappear from ...
... other than the electrical.
Maria-Lynn supported us in this endeavour by feeding us, helping to look after Eliana and taking the dog for walks as part of her pre-Camino training. Another part of our preparation for the Camino walk, Maria-Lynn & Marc would take excursions on the weekends with Goldie (our Wesfalia camper van) for longer hikes in the Rockies. (See pictures of Aaron, Brodie & Eliana, the renovation and a couple of our hikes)
... so, while we awaited our lunch I was a little concerned about where we would "set up shop" for the day. As we ate our lunch (quite delicious contrary to some of what we had read) we began chatting with our waitress Nina who turned out to be a native of the area. Louise and Nina quickly hit it off and, before I could worry too much about where we would lay out our towels, Nina offered to let us make a small table even further out into the water our spot for ...