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... It's really interesting. Maybe it's always this way or maybe it's just because not that many people think of going to southern France in December. Who knows? Our time here has been a bit different. We arrived an hour early at about 6am and upon arriving at our hostel a migraine arrived in my head. So I spent my first day in France mostly in bed. The next day I awoke feeling much better... But Cortney awoke with a full blown cold. We are a bit of a mess. ...
... 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 ...
... little part
that I would have liked to spend more time in as well, called Le Panier, I’m so
glad Baptiste told me about it. It has the skinniest little roads that cars
cannot go down, it has colorful little shops, it has art and you can get lost,
in every sense of the word.
Marseille has a pretty port with a view of the Notre-Dame de
la Garde behind it, up on the hill.
And if you ever find yourself in Marseille, be sure to ...
... this stretch, we prepared to leave on our journey to Europe with a particular focus on walking the Camino Francais (around 800 kilometres).
Aaron & Brodie's reno consisted of redoing their kitchen, removal of the exterior walls and roof in this area then rebuilding this with a second floor, then removal and upgrade of the existing roof to provide better ventilation and a new surface to receive new roofing. Aaron and Marc did most of the ...
... was wi-fi but only in our room. The apartments of Adigio were really nice and very well appointed. We decided to head to the local supermarket and stock up on food for the evening rather than try to figure out where we were. When we woke in the morning Gavin and I discovered the old port area and found La Samaritan - our breakfast haunt for the next three mornings. We ...