Ibis Budget Aeroport Marseille Provence
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... at the top made the climb worth it. We could see all of Marseille along with the Calanques (a set of limestone cliffs). I also had to test the ocean water of course. The outside temperature was in the low 70’s, but the water was in the 60’s. A bit chilly, but still swimmable.
We also visited the Old Port (every time I visit ports I decide I want to live on a boat someday), saw the Marseille Cathedral (quite interesting architecture), ...
... s point of view on Canada and his adventures he had there. There
were some of his roommates eating with us, so he was telling them stories about
what it was like in Canada. As I was only 9 when he was living with our family,
I don’t have too many specific memories about his time with us. But we had some
laughs and he was able to reminisce a bit. Somewhere along the line, the topic
of pancakes came up and he said Charlene made some really ...
... part of the Nimes aqueduct which supplied water to Nimes from a spring just north of Uzes. It was constructed in the first century AD and is on three levels, about 48m high and 360m long. We also explored the interactive museum, one of the best we have seen. It showed how the Romans built this structure. We got home at 5-30pm and Geoff was preparing a roast lamb dinner with great wines again. He has a fantastic ...
... but there is also a younger, university crowd helping set the tone. Just on the edge of the old town is Cours Mirabeau which is a typically French, wide tree lined avenue studded with statues and fountains, cafes and shops along either side, and people everywhere.
The famous painter Paul Cezanne hails from Aix, and they certainly don’t let you forget it! We picked up a map that had a walking path you could follow in his footsteps. This literally took you ...
... of Roussillon famous for the brilliant red, orange and yellow ochre mines. It looked a lovely village and we decided to return another day to see more as well as the Pont Julien which we drove past down in the valley on our way back to Bonnieux. The bridge is still standing after being built by the Romans in 100 BC. It was just starting to get dark at 10pm as we parked and wandered back to our little studio in Bonnieux. Tired but a great ...