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Travel Blogs from Gemenos
... there we were. Eating lunch at a brassierie on Marseille's beautiful water front. Not only that but Adrian's look alike appeared and began playing the accordion for the diners. It was quite amazing he did come with his cup in hand for donations but worth it I thought.Good thing to do Adrian to pay towards your next trip.Spent a few hours walking around the water front doing a bit of celeb spotting (didn't see any but not that up on them really) and gazing with ...
... for tonight. Just as we leave Monaco, it starts to rain and it continues to rain all the way to Genoa, only it intensifies closer to Genoa. Full blown storm in Genoa, pouring with rain, lightning, thunder, dark and trying to find somewhere to stay. Dazza: This was a concerning night. We ran the gauntlet with accommodation, choosing, for the first time, to just follow the Lonely Planet suggestions (without reservation!)....oooops! ...
... bacon, eggs etc and met a lovely couple from Hampshire in London who gave us some great tips on what to see in the area, the highlight being the little town of Cassis about an hour away on the Mediterranean coast. After breakfast Ally had a quick swim (the only brave one amongst us) and Mum & Dad shot off to the supermarket for some supplies. Louis: Around 12 we headed south to the coast, and into the small town called Cassis. We struggled ...
... scene, there was what looked like Salvador Dali's surrealist work, vibrant animal sculptures and altogether great colour throughout the city. I couldn't stop pressing the shutter on my camera, around the Old Port I would describe a U shaped curve as having the most things to do! I was amazed by the amount of the character the buildings had, some were typically French but others you couldn't tell by the photo where they're from. On the other side of the U bend theres ...
... pasta - yes no adventure). Then went walking straight up the hill towards the castles. I have decided I need to live in a castle and should spend most of my time in the turret. Some good discussions on how much it would hurt to have someone climb up your hair...after you have let it down...seems like my idea of history varies ...
Other places to stay in Gemenos
250 avenue du Chateau de Jouques, Gemenos | Hotelfrom $64
250 Avenue du Chateau de Jouques, Gemenos | 3 star hotelfrom $99
RN 8 Parc D'Activites, Gemenos | Hotelfrom $84
110, avenue Col de l'Ange, Gemenos | Hotelfrom $28
Rond Point De La Fontaine , Gemenos | Hotelfrom $190