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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 ...
... were subjected. 10,000 people of 38 different nationalities were interned here and over 2,000 Jews were deported from here to Auschwitz. It is the only major internment and deportation camp in France that is still intact and open to the public.
We were fortunate enough to have a wonderful guide who explained a lot of things that weren’t written down. It was very sobering to walk through these spaces ...
... bull lives to fight again. The Camargue is a nature reserve -a large wetland in the Rhone delta. Rice field, some grapes, salt marshes and fields of the special white Camargue horses and of course the wild bulls...backdrop to 500 varieties of migrating birds, frogs, geckos, snakes etc. Flamingoes reproduce in the southern most regions of this park. We enjoyed a delightful walk did not see flamingoes but the horses and bulls at a distance ...
... than they do today. In some cases we were touching stone walls or bridges up to 2000 years old. AWESOME!!! It makes you wonder if the bridges we build today will be here in 2000 years.
We were lucky enough to be in some of these villages during their farmers' or artisan markets. These were very well attended happenings with a plethora of seasonal produce and prepared food products. One market was an artisan's market which had unique and ...
... not take it. We tried five different cards and all were rejected. There was a help button which gave us a "friendly" little French woman who spoke no English and insisted that when traveling in France one should speak French. She finally came over to our car which was now blocking a lane with about 12 cars in it. She took a 20 Euro note and gave us change. She had no explanation as to why the machine ...