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... t have that great of a reputation, despite being the second largest city in France. It’s known for its port (the largest in France), as well as its crazy drivers, large immigrant population, and drug trade which make it a dangerous city. However, it is also a beautiful city known for its gastronomy, soap, every water sport you can imagine, and dreamlike ocean views. It’s also known for the Island of If, and the infamous Chateau d’If which ...
... little part
that I would have liked to spend more time in as well, called Le Panier, I’m so
glad Baptiste told me about it. It has the skinniest little roads that cars
cannot go down, it has colorful little shops, it has art and you can get lost,
in every sense of the word.
Marseille has a pretty port with a view of the Notre-Dame de
la Garde behind it, up on the hill.
And if you ever find yourself in Marseille, be sure to ...
... modern MuCem, the museum of Mediterranean cultures built as a cube and clad in a delicate web of concrete. It is connected by a walkway to Fort St Jean. Total area is 30,000 sq.m. The old and the new blend very well and the museum showed the richness and diversity of the regions. We really enjoyed what it had to show. Monday night saw us having a drink in the bar downstairs before getting ready to move on to our next ...
... have our fair share!
On our first day in Aix en Provence, we had both – croissant and baguette! Aix has a typical French Provencal town feel. We wondered around the markets, ohhing and ahhing over all the amazing food, in between walking around the pedestrianised old town – getting lost in lanes and alleys, coming across quaint little squares, wonderful old buildings and fountains. There is quite an upmarket feel to Aix’s city streets, with lots of ...
... see what it was like, and if it wasn't any good we should come back to Moustiers. After about 10 minutes if driving the gorge road, we must have travelled about 500 metres, it became obvious that we would not want to travel back along this road. It was like something from the film The Italian Job, with precarious drops to the side, bad enough if we were in a little mini, a lot worse in a 6 berth mobile home. We got to the next town, and it was ...