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... decided to settle for something else Cus everyone is tired of walking and hungry. They chose a kebab place (which I don't eat), and I was pretty reluctant to just settle for food at a rather unpleasant looking place after walking for so long. While we were finding the recommended restaurant, we walked past a Chinese restaurant, which interest me, so I dragged Vivian along to accompany me to check the restaurant out. I had huge cravings for Asian food by then. So hungry!!! ...
... very comfortable but it was a great location to get to Cannes and Juan des Pins. Had I known about the construction pit under our window, I would have NEVER had booked. But like I said, it was paid for, the location was excellent and the parking very secure. All part of the adventure. Sorry no pictures of the apartment, just couldn't bring myself to take ...
On the third day of our second cruise we were scheduled to dock at the port of Marseilles. I was particularly looking forward to this visit and, because the port was a long way from the city, I had booked us on an excursion of the city and surrounding countryside.
Unfortunately for us an on-going port strike in Marseilles had our ship diverted to nearby Toulon. All excursions were cancelled and refunded while new excursions were proposed for ...
... the view of the city is terrific. Walked back down hill to the city center. Grabbed a sandwich and headed over to the old city. It was really quiet in this area so I took my time here. Visited another beautiful cathedral and took some time there to sit down and relax. Next I walked to the Fort which unfortunately is closed on Tuesdays. Bummer! Strike Two!
Took a ...
An early start and onto the shuttle bus into Marseilles. It was a beautiful sunny day so we wandered around the waterfront and walked to the main fort for a great view of the harbour. Marseilles has always been a seafaring town and, because of its history, is a little bit seedy. We heard the call of Nature before the shops opened and there were no toilets to be found. So we went into ...