Hotel du Soleil Aix en Provence - L'Atrium
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Had lovely long sleep in till 9.00 then woke to sun pouring in our window..-Had nice breakfast prepared by us was a treat. Late morning into old town and thrilled to see the the promised markets all set up. We were told they have markets every day so here's hoping..Had a good old spend as there was heaps of beautiful things to buy. Wished you girls where here as ...
... choice was Marseille, we wanted to come to the south specifically for Marseille. It took us around 30 minutes from Aubagne and it was absolutely stunning. Driving into the city, we had to pass through a tunnel which ran directly through the mountains. Parking from now on was set out to be a nightmare, we couldn't afford to park anywhere but of course in all the big cities parking your car has its extortionate prices. To give you an idea of money - Ben had ...
... began more than a century ago. Here we saw the beautiful 17th century chateau before waiting for our taxi to transfer us back to our accommodation "The Pyramide".
We returned to prepapre for dinner at the same restaurant as the night before, and of course had another 3 course meal.
... the village. Of course, before we started sightseeing, we just had to have a coffee and pastry.
We walked right up to the highest point, to take advantage of the breathtaking panoramic views amongst the ruins of the castle.
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After visiting The Fort of Buoux, we descended another two kilometers down the track to eventually arrive a Auberge Des Seguins and feeling hungry we ordered a cheese platter and meat platter and Rouge Vin.