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... in south of France, it's 30 degrees. We caught a shuttle to the township.
The buildings are very French! Its gorgeous. We have found a nice air conditioned shopping centre and had a fun time.
Katie had an early morning swim and had the pool to herself!
so far so good.
... welcome sight, I got in and cooled off. Dinner was just a simple buffet they had set up, then early to bed after a few wines and some Cointreau. Did not see anything of Marseilles itself except very dry wasteland and pretty weeds.
From Robyn ...
... table inside, leaving the outdoor tables to the bigger spenders, which didn't bother us, except that the service was somewhat wanting. After some C******nay and a cafe crême, we walked around the corner to the Granet where we saw a good selection of artworks, most with close connections to Aix-en-Provence. Good sculptures and paintings together with archaeological pieces from the site of Entremont. Our tickets also included admission to the Granet ...
... all of us a little box of Calissons d'Aix which are little lemon tarts. They are really good and a specialty of Provence. We took pictures together and thanked them for their especially great hospitality. We would only be able to see them briefly after the concert.
At our rehearsal at 2:15pm, we played through a few sections in Mozart's Coronation Mass and Beethovens 9th Symphony. My friend Rob was unlucky as his sound post in his ...
... the picturesque olive groves and vineyards that seem to appear out of nowhere; the gentle, rolling hills of the Alpilles region; the towering heights of the majestic Sainte-Victoire, and the Cap Canaille on the Mediterranean sea.
We could go on and on, and still not do justice to the fascinating diversity and allure of Provence, and of its cheerful and friendly residents, some of whom have become ...