Kyriad Marseille Rabatau
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... staring out at the sea, surrounded by rocky walls. If course, we had to run down and touch the icy Mediterranean for the first time. The biting wind whipped us like a thousand boxing blows, laced with a chill, but that didn't stop us from hiking up to the top off the cliffs for some phenomenal views. Along the way, we saw old pillboxes, forts and bomb craters from the wars, and climbed into some of them for a better look. It was truly amazing. From the outcrop at the end of the ...
... it docks in the town of La Seyne sur Mer which is across the harbor from Toulon. So, in order to get into town, we had the option of taking a cab which would take about 45 minutes, taking a ferry boat organized by Celebrity for $15.00 roundtrip, or take the public ferry from La Seyne into Toulon for approximately $3.00 each way. We opted for the later.
As we stepped of the ship after breakfast, we were hit with gale force winds! ...
... my revenge on France, rather on Carrefour, a store that's like Target, I set out to find their nail polish. Thanks to marissa I now go into stores and pretend like I'm browsing the nail polish but instead just paint my nails. Voila! Free nail polish. Well much to my chagrin all their nail polish bottles were in packages! I could not get to them.
One day Carrefour, I will get my revenge.
And that's my rant for ...
Yep. The same word! makes it easy to remember!
Anywho, i know LAST weekend i promised ya'll some pictures. then i did not deliver. So this post will include photos!!! Promise!
I just have a few things to say first.....ha.
First off, yesterday is one reason I love traveling so much. To begin, since i'm american Nicole wanted to have a Thanksgiving meal for me and to invited any americans i know. Well, i've only met a few and i can live with never ...
We missed the summer lavender fields. If you really dig modern painting, Aix-en-Provence may hold some charm. Not a bad town, just nothing really spectacular.
Nancy liked the shopping in the old town during the market day.
My pic is a bit snarky. Just showing what is undoubtedly the worst (somewhat) functionally aircraft carrier in the world, the Charles de Gaulle.