Cosytel - Martigues
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... have no idea. I am not happy. I'm not very happy at all. All this time I thought that only watching football and playing golf caused me to throw my toys out of my cot. It seems that I can now add listening to a GPS to this list. I find myself wanting to do unspeakable things to the GPS. I find myself screaming words that I didn't realise I even knew existed. Eventually we see a sign to the hotel that we need to get to to join the tour. We follow the sign, but ...
... in the castle grounds, quite moving. Followed by endless flow of exquisite food and wine and music, dancing until early hours.
... ship at 6.15 and showered and got ready for the gala dinner. Had a free drink in the bar first and the captain gave a quick speech. Had dinner then went back to cabin for a while. Decided to go to the bar to see if there was anything happening. Dancing was in full swing so we stayed and had a couple of drinks and danced. Great fun, finished off with the dance we learned on board on Tuesday with Anis. Back in cabin by ...
... br> there was no point complaining about it! We took some rather damp photos, before heading back inside somewhere warm! However we did get enough decent weather to have a nice walk along the banks of the Rhone, a wander around Parc de tete d’or, and a look through Bellecour (where we stumbled upon the Lyonnais petanque championships. SO GOOD. Everyone was in team tracksuits and taking the whole thing extremely seriously, highly entertaining way ...
... mushroom soup and didn't do anything to thicken it. So my casserole ended up being... green beans in soup.
Pumpkin pie - made from pumpkin puree and evaporated milk imported by M from the States and a crust I whipped up in a moment of French inspiration
It was highly successful. I, for one, was very thankful. And it was a great way to spend Thanksgiving - bringing a little holiday spirit to a friend far away from home.