Hotel Stars Marseille
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... off a few stops early because of road works (thanks to the solicitous Frenchwoman who overheard our plans and gave us directions), we got to see some of these right up close as we walked by.
The high-ceiling, airy and light-filled studio was just as Cezanne had left it, preserved by a friend who bought it when he died in 1906, and retained with all his possessions in situ. The item that most captured ...
... nothing at all :) And it was bliss. Woke up late, lazed around writing diaries, reading and catching up on world news until we got hungry enough to venture out in search of food. We found La petite café and had our usual tomato and mozzarella salade with a glass of iced rose, and watched all the people passing by, inventing whole histories for them based on a few seconds observation. A very relaxing way to spend an hour or so under the shade of the beautiful plane ...
... to have our lunch and stretch our legs. We found ourselves in the town of St. Maximin. We ate our bread and cheese in the relative quiet of town in front of the central church. While tempted to drag the kids in for a look, small bladders forced the search for public bathrooms. From there, we were back in the car and back on the road. Little did we know that we had our lunch outside the church which contains the crypt of Mary Magdalene and thus makes it one of the ...
... this morning while John was sitting on the bed eating his banana and I was on the bed drying my hair with my makeup mirror propped on the back of the chair:
Me: I am loving this! This is an experience of a lifetime, isn't it? Aren't you having fun?
John: Your idea of fun and mine are different.
Me: Just think--we are making memories that will last a lifetime!
John: Yeah, nightmares.
Me: But ...
FRANCE, Marseilles – SPAIN, Barcelona
(August 3 – 6, 201)
We arrived in a new section of the Port of Marseilles. It is France's largest port, and most important city on the French Mediterranean coast. There are about 1.6 million people here with many immigrants from Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Liberia and Mauritania. Marseilles has been around a long time, in fact, since 600 AD, then came the ...