Formule 1 Marseille Aubagne
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Today we decided that we wanted a chill day and that we didn't want to travel. Therefore we woke up late. We then went to the pool and sunbathed and read for a couple of hours before going back to the campervan. We played a game of Rummikub and then went to ...
... decided that as it had a pool, it would be perfect. Therefore we drove for an hour and a half to end up at the campsite. As soon as we arrived, we headed to the pool and spent a couple of hours there. Then we headed back to the campervan and had sausages for dinner whilst Dad opened his cards and presents. We then played Rummikub and went to ...
... who are cycling Burgundy. He is Physicist from ANU and she is a French lecturer there, comes from around here. She was very nice but he was a bit of an intellectual snob who disputed most of what we said! He and Guy had a lively discussion on climate change!
... water. Then it was a steep climb up to Notre Dame de la Garde, a church which dominates the Marseille skyline, built on a 1524 fort to protect the city from the enemies of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. The present bascilia was constructed in 1864 in the Roman-Byzantine style. The site offers spectacular views over the whole city especially the old harbour and the forts. It's a quick descent back towards the port stopping ...
... Pope and that it had nothing to do with the Catholic Church.
They enjoyed each other's company and discussed a range of topics from the French government to Spanish sherries, which they also drank. Video Girl and Battery Boy said goodbye to Pope, collected their camera equipment and headed to the port area to take some night shots. As you walk through the narrow streets of the Panier District, the oldest area of Marseille ...