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Travel Blogs from Marseille
... at all the wealth around the place..
Fun over walked back up the hill back to the train and back to our lovely Aix.It was all a bit of a dream moment.Enjoy the photos they say more about the place than I can.
Just had dinner and packing for a very early start for Paris. Expect to be there by 12.00ish
WIll talk tomorrow as our last stage begins.
This time next week we will be on our way home.:-)
The travelling Parisianberries xxx
... from ochre and brightly coloured .Do picturesque. On to Senanque Abby in Bonnieux high on top of ancient town. Some parts of abby as old as 10th century. Last village, Lourmarin one of Provence's prettiest towns. It was a day to remember for a long time. Back to Aix at 6.00 pm nice wine to unwind on way home and early night.
Hope all had good weekend
Luv us xx
... point we tried to park the car in one of the all too familiar (and rare) parking spaces. Kez had to jump out in the pouring rain to guide me between the moped and another little matchbox car. After all that the VW wouldn't fit. Kez. I remember seeing Kez moving back to the car and then, as if by magic, she was gone and there was a bang on the side of the car! Warning, warning.....mother down in very wet Italian street! Like a ...
... any sort of carpark for almost an hour before finally managing to grab a space halfway up a sidewalk. We then walked into town and beheld the beauty of the area before deciding to jump on a boat and head out to the many natural inlets that scattered the cliffs nearby. The weather was perfect (around 27c). Upon returning, we went to a small shoreside cafe and ordered a yummy crepe and some ice cream, and then went to a neighbouring clothing ...
... stores. It's kind of humbling as all of your money is being split between specialists. Next door to the boulangerie was a shop called "Gifi", it had everything inside. If you imagine a bigger version of the British "Home Bargains" but more expensive. I luckily found an adapter, but the bad news it was €15!! I really needed it but could I afford it? The answer was no! Considering the mighty costs of tolls getting to the south, they left me poor. What was I to ...