Ibis Marseille Prado Velodrome
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... with gas and other fees, but the amount is regulated to make sure the driver isn’t making a profit. It’s quite a hot service in France right now (and other European countries) since it’s environmentally friendly. On the way to Marseille, I rode with two Parisian guys and a Hungarian girl (also studying in France), and on the way back the driver and passengers were all French. They were all friendly and everything went smoothly on the way there ...
... break when we had returned so I went up to who I thought was Baptiste and said
hello. He recognized me right away and started talking to me. It was just so
weird and cool to see him again. Even though the visit was short, I was glad we
were able to see each other for a bit. How often does that happen anyways?
I went to his place the next night for supper. His
girlfriend made a yummy rice dish with sausages in it and I got to hear all
Today we are in the port at Toulon (Provence) in France. Once again, been here, done this. This is also a more industrial port, so we stay on board again. So more cards, knitting and reading. Guenther has one of his hot stone messages (his favorite) with Marie from Jamaica as his masseuse. Guenther is quiet happy with this and ...
... straight across). Ipad to the rescue, I buried myself behind my quickly made 'disease free burka' and settled in with the new Jack Reacher novel.....Such a joy after reading nothing but text books for four or so years! We stopped in Narbonne for lunch (see pics of native Narbonne cats .....with gorgeous natures, hanging around the park. They don't ask for food, don't meow, just choose a suitable tourist to sit under, seemingly preferring the ...
... in a play that Ruth and I saw and loved, and slowly dissolving in tears of loss and remembrance for her. I will spare you my rants about the inadequate signage system on French roads or the bizarrely French regulation which forbids smoking in a restaurant but allows it at outdoor tables - when 95% of restaurant dining is done at outdoor tables.
What I will do is reprint here the guest blog I wrote for Avril's travel blog (her narrative of the trip is at ...