Hotel Saint Roch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from Toronto. We start our tour at the old port. This looks very familiar. We soon realise that this is where we spent half an hour driving around in circles listening to inane instructions from our GPS. Marie tells us that Marseille was founded by Greek sailors. It was a key location from which refugees tried to leave Europe during World War Two. The Nazis found it very difficult to find people in the maze of streets. They eventually solved this by blowing up ...
- Day 9:
- The day of the actual wedding ceremony arrives. Almost an anti-climax after all the pre-wedding partying! Light rain is falling, not good for outdoors ,hope it clears for afternoon.
- Festivities at the Castle not due until 2 pm so we decide to visit our other Castle («hateau de Chateauneuf) which is only 100 mtrs from our B&B.
- Displays much as in all the other Castles cum ...
... herded animals in their little pens! The other side of the street was full of designer boutiques so we had a little look in the windows as we passed. Cannes was quite nice really, not as busy as Nice, not as many tourists. We got back on the road and made our way around to the coast to Marseille. The traffic in Marseille was crazy! We were stuck at one light for almost half an hour! It was too much for us so ...
... back to the bottom of the hill, and realised we were locked into the gardens. Nothing a bit of fence jumping can’t fix, so that was a rebellious end to the night!
Paris in the springtime! Shame that France STILL hadn’t got the memo about the spring situation, and the weather was much more suited to winter. Lucky I’d packed my puffer! We headed straight to the Eiffel Tower, where we had a cheeky rendez-vous ...
... but come to the conclusion there are no options surrounding us. There are no bakeries to be found, no convenience stores, nothing. We tried our luck in one of the side streets, but the smell of urine scared us away. What is it with this French habit of urinating on trees or in alleys? Its disgusting. We give in to our hunger and sat down at one of the restaurants to order a 6 Euro breakfast. But when we asked for breakfast, the ...