Citadines Marseille Prado Chanot Aparthotel
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... dinner. It's bedtime now, as we're getting up bright and early to take a train along the French Riviera to Genoa, Italy. France was so much better than we even expected; we didn't encounter any rude French people (not sure where that stigma came from - everyone was very nice and helpful to us), and we saw so many things that were unbelievably incredible in many ways: historically, emotionally, spiritually, naturally, architecturally, culturally... you name it, we saw it. GREAT first ...
At some point overnight, the skies turned from clear with tons of stars to cloudy and rain. The weather change didn't really make for a rough seas, however. As we pulled into Toulon, France, I could see that the skies were clear on the western horizon, so there was hope that they would be clearing over the city and we’d have a nice day to explore Toulon.
Due to the ship’s size, it is unable to dock in Toulon ...
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Anyways....it stopped raining! Finally!
Then I went to the store....
So apparently the French don't like to bathe. Or wash their hair. Their bottles of shampoo are tiny! I'll have to buy a new one every other week! Don't get ...
... for about 30 minutes and then another 40 on the bus ride. Turns out they were from Boston, the gentleman had just retired and so they were touring around France for 3 months. The woman had lived near Nice as a child for a couple years so it was kind of like coming home. ALSO, they had two children who were adopted from Korea! I don't know about you all, but I don't meet many people with kids who are adopted, so when that was revealed we had so much more to talk about. ...
... following the red line kindly supplied for tourist. It was starting to get dark and the line was somewhat faded so at one point we strayed off the track but thanks to a local, who we asked for directions, we found our way back to the red line and home. A quick shower and onto David's suggestion for dinner a little restaurant that he recommended called La Cantinetta. This turned out to be a fantastic restaurant with terrific food and an ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed