Hotel des Quatre Dauphins
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... that brought Martha, Mary, Lazarus (Patron Saint of Marseille) and others to Saintes-Maries de la Mer in Provence. Every 2 Feb (Candlemas) at 6am, the Archbishop of Marseille stands at the Abbey of St Victor and blesses both the city and the first batch of navettes to come out of the oven. We dutifully bought some navettes, but thought them very uninteresting!
The Palais de la Bourse, now the Chamber of Commerce, is a lovely building. ...
Our apartment is in the middle of the old part of the city. We are on the 4th floor of a small
walk-up apartment building. There are 86 steps up to our apartment and another 12 if we
want to take a shower. That will keep us in shape, the good news.
Parking is impossible and the price for a parking space is outrageous so I have been using
Arrived to a dead & black alley; awoke to a market-place. It was Saturday morning after all. Found the local map with 3 historic walking trails, and as the old town is tiny, did two of them; and included the hike up to Notre Dame de la Garde. Via the amazing fortress protecting the eastern side of the port. Views down were great, though the light a little bright. Had a ...
... roundabout that had a huge fountain (name coming), and that is where we started our day. We walked down the big pedestrian shopping street where we had been before. The sun was beating down, and although it was only supposed to get to 84 F, in the sun it felt like 100 F.
We went into a Monoprix to cool off. We found some LaRoche-Posay products at great prices. They're so expensive in the U.S. We got some spray sunscreen and some after-sun cream that we've had before. ...
... pressed on, held up my phrase Book and pointed to toilets! She was able to explain to me in Italian that there were no public toilets in their town. This was a dilemma (for Nicholas anyway) but he was so impressed that we were able to understand what she was telling us. I have had a concerned friend ask about Nicholas' problem and realised I didn't actually add in the scintillating outcome. We went searching and while we were scratching our heads not sure what ...