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... rebuildings etc typical of most of the old religious buildings in France. The Abbey Church is very simple, very majestic and, thanks to the lovely stained-glass windows and interior lighting, was quite atmospheric. We liked it.
The tourist information suggested a visit to Les Four des Navettes which is the oldest bakery in Marseille (1781) and is famous for its navette biscuits. According to legend, these long, oval biscuits represent ...
Our apartment is in the middle of the old part of the city. We are on the 4th floor of a small
walk-up apartment building. There are 86 steps up to our apartment and another 12 if we
want to take a shower. That will keep us in shape, the good news.
Parking is impossible and the price for a parking space is outrageous so I have been using
... for a break, and some 'Osborne' Porto which was bought in Madrid. Plan to check out the fish markets earlier Sunday morning - by the New Port, which is the old Port. Areas first settled 2,600 years ago, & second largest French town, after Paris. Out for fish stew, with Sonja having some very large prawns in a creamy sauce; and then a walk around the port enjoying the ...
... to you should have read “not good sons - lol” but it was cut off at “not good”. Sorry if you thought it a bit terse - not meant to. Xx
Helen: Didn’t even notice your spelling mistake - couldn’t care anyway - just love to hear from you. Xx
Tammi: Hope your Dad is receiving this blog - Carly has me a bit spooked that not everyone is getting them. You can send us holiday news when we are at home and you are somewhere ...
Off on a shuttle bus from the ship to Marseille. The drive from the port takes you through a very industrial area, some people were going to walk - I'm glad we took the shuttle. The town itself is 3,000 years old and was the first recognised town in France. It is a very pretty little fishing town with loads of cafés and is rich in history.
We saw the local fisherman selling their wares straight ...