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... sites. Given the choppy seas, this proved to be a little uncomfortable for me but I held on tightly. It was well worth the view of the majestic limestone cliffs that have now been named a historic preservation site in France. The little seaside resort of Cassis is nestled at the foot of the impressive Cape Canaille Cliff and is a former Roman trading post. It boasts jagged ...
... that she likes – how lovely that these have been handed down through a generation.
Carol is from Miramas and never moved outside of this area to live, Eric is French and was born in Germany as his parents moved around a lot with his father’s work, they met in Aix-en-Provence approx 40 minutes from here and have two teenage daughters – (don’t need to say anymore other than they are teenagers!!)
We woke with the attitude of lets get our bikes today and see how things go, our hosts have guests departing and more arriving for their holiday home rental. They don't need us as they have two daughters who work cleaning and getting the house ready. So... why not off we go to Decathlon a big sport shop that has bikes, well not the bikes for us they were cheap bikes and Pascal said no way am I ...
... rest of the night at the hostel chilling out, watching England lose to Uruguay and get knocked out of the World Cup after only two games. I also met to lovely Yorkshire girls who have just arrived from Nice and they were able to give me some tips for Cannes and Monaco. Sarah and Louise are heading to Spain for a month, so there’s a chance I might run into them in a couple of weeks. It’s a small world after ...
... I would love to learn more about it. The Palais des Papes was one of the most important monuments that helped me realize my interest in French history. It has been in Avignon since before the fourteenth century, and so many famous people in history have lived and visited there. I was really excited to get to be apart of that history.
After visiting the Palais, we went to the Pont which was just down the road (past sever touristy stores that ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Relax Marseille
This tiny family run hotel is two streets back from the old harbour and next to the Opera house. The rooms are spotless but clean and tidy. The owners are very welcoming and helpful.
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