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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... could chill. After we got back we drove 5min down the road to a spectacular part of the coast called Parc du mugel. Some amazing ocean colour, sheer cliffs and views of the town. Dinner was great as our view from the apartment was gorgeous so we sat, ate and soaked it up. We left the next day for Beaulieu-sur-Mer (near ...
We got up early this day to have a quick breakfast at our hotel and then catch a train to Marseille. We then took a tour bus to visit the Port de Fos or the Port of Marseille where we got a good presentation on the operations and future intentions of the port despite it being a little difficult with the substitute tour guide. Still being able to translate we got a good presentation with a large floor/table map of the port ...
5:15AM: Early breakfast in the hotel breakfast room on the ground floor, near the
5:40AM: Meet in hotel lobby ready to depart
5:45AM: Transfer via private coach to Lyon Part-Dieu train station (no guide included)
Intra-program train: Roundtrip transfer from Lyon to Marseille 6:36AM – 8:21AM
(economy class tickets included in per person ground costs)
8:21AM: Group met by full ...
Our endeavour this morning was to get up in time to make the 9am boat to the Chateau D'If. Eli and I were the ones taking a while this morning and we were about 15 minutes late. We had to pack our stuff in the car as we were leaving Marseille this afternoon so once that was done we rushed off to book our tickets. We only just missed the boat but the next one was going in about 20 minutes so we had some time to get breakfast. There was a nearby boulangerie that we visited ...
... who had joined the French Resistance, hid from the Germans in Rousillon from 1942-45.
More driving through storybook country - irises and poppies growing wild, lavender fields, but not in bloom, ancient grape vines and Cypress lining the roads, until we came to the prettiest village of them all, Gordes. This village surrounds an ancient fortress high on a hilltop in the Luberon. We spent our time here wandering the calades (narrow cobblestone streets). To ...