Citadines Marseille Prado Chanot Aparthotel
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... and many others have works. Overall a very cultural day which we enjoyed very much. We have shopped for tomorrow as it is a public holiday tomorrow for 11/11 and everything will be closed. After arriving home we didn't feel like venturing our again so tomato on toast was the meal. It appears that Kenny may be getting my wog, so early to bed and a lazy day tomorrow. Oh, we are continually finding these large courtyards with big oak trees and much atmosphere just ...
... a taxi turns up in the next five minutes we will get to the hotel in time. Five minutes pass and we have not seen any sign of a taxi. I ring the tour company. They say they can wait ten minutes for us. A few minutes later they ring back to give us the option of joining a tour that leaves at 2pm instead. Disaster averted yet again. We breathe a sigh of relief. We walk around the harbour to the hotel. We eat lunch at a cafe next door to the hotel, and join the ...
... where I was able to try ratatouille for the first time. It was great! I had been looking forward to this ever since I had seen it was an option to have for lunch. I even got to try espresso, which I shortly felt the effects of. Once lunch was over, we traveled to FedEx. Here we had a presentation from the marketing standpoint, which was interesting, as well as were able to see the supply chain of the company too. Our group was given a ...
... was getting so warm that we opted to head back to the hotel to spend a few minutes in the air-conditioned lobby (free wifi of course) before trying to find a place to have dinner. Having been on the same routine of checking various websites for reviews and then trying to work out where in town they were, we decided to just ask the monsieur at the front desk if he had any recommendations. Sure enough the restaurant he sent us to was amazing! Just around the corner ...
... a one way off ramp ... the wrong way. Lucky it was 4am. I was able to recover. The most difficult thing about driving on the wrong side of the road has to be the roundabouts. I'm sure Mike and Laura will agree that all I can hear every time I approach a roundabout is this little Debs on my shoulder saying 'always give way to your right.' Terrible advice for driving in Spain. They come from the left. San Sebastián was great and we ate up at the pintxos ...