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Travel Blogs from Aix-en-Provence
... beautiful natural beaches! We had a narrated bus tour through the city of Toulon on our way back. Toulon is France's military port that guards from the Mediterranean Sea. The color of the water on the sea was a crystal blue. The sight was absolutely priceless. Driving through the beautiful seaside town of Sanary was also picturesque. Jacques Cousteau once lived there and his son still ...
... Angela even made chicken soup from the bones of a rotisserie chicken we had. We have bought quite a bit from the various markets which has all been fresh and reasonably priced. Live style here is ideal, hot weather, 24 to 30, plentiful supply of fresh food and wine, friendly people. Most speak English and we are picking up some French. Bob knowing French is an ...
... Goats cheese mmmm they were both good-more bread was consumed by the frenchies, now you are ready for dessert, a homemade pie with real prunes picked fresh from the tree this morning ohlala – Carol is a very good cook and I’m not quite sure how she finds the time these meals just seem to appear. It’s a great experience to live like the French and eat what they cook in their home, Carol tells me she cooks her ...
... As with the other concerts, we were pretty well drenched by the time we were done. The ladies were sweaty, but I really feel sorry for the guys in their tuxes with no air conditioning and Mediterranean weather. The orchestra hosted an after-concert gathering in the courtyard after the concert with pizza, sandwiches, brownies (sounds American, no?) and wine. We were on the buses by 11:30 p.m. and started the two-hour drive to Cannes.
... of the kitchens and cafes on the street. We had a super lunch at a cute outdoor cafe. (The weather is perfect, by the way--about 75). I had a warm goat cheese salad (thanks for the recommendation, Karen!) and John had a burger and fries--again! Before it came, I told him in France you're supposed to eat your hamburger with a knife and fork. He said he wasn't going to do that. He actually did try picking it up, but it was so big (two patties) ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking