Hotel le Corbusier
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Over 400km later, we arrived at our next overnight stop in La Ciotat. Was a newly built apartment over looking the port. We unpacked, jumped back in the car and grabbed some supplies from the Supermarket. Some clothes washing was on the agenda as well as something for dinner. We thought we would stay 'home' tonight so ...
... by a mobile tour of the actual port. We then got lunch at a small cafe inside some sort of an outdoor dinning area in a transparent cube. We then continued our day to FedEx Express where we received a nice presentation and tour of FedEx Express and their facility which is set up for loading and packing air freight containers. We then took the train back to Lyon and had a night to enjoy more of the nightlife and culture of Lyon.
... were served family style and you just pick an entree (either beef tartar, cooked beef, salmon or duck) I chose the salmon and it was better than any salmon I have tasted at home, but after tasting Sam's duck I wish I had been more adventurous and ordered the duck for dinner instead of the salmon. I also ordered a local 1664 beer, which tasted like a normal light beer at home. After dinner I got home talked to my parents, then to Tracy about her dinner then we went to ...
... while, the riders come around and it was and awesome show. For about two minutes. Then,after three hours of build up and people strolling slowly to their spots, as soon as the last bloke rode off the place was deserted. I have never seen such a quick mass exit before. The town of 39000 went from a festival to a ghost town in ten minutes.
That's the Sunday blog (actually on a Sunday) for this week. We will be in Italy from this Thursday. Having a great ...
... stopped at Rousillon, reputedly one of the most beautiful villages in France. It is in the Luberon National Park and is famous for its ochre pits, which were developed in the 18th century for the textile trade, but are now longer in use. We had a long walk through these gorgeous pits, then had lunch at a restaurant overlooking a stunning fertile valley. In the area they grow peaches and cherries for crystallised fruit production.
During the Second World War ...