Ibis La Ciotat
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- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This Ibis Hotel was great. would highly recommend it. the pool is lovely and so is the view, the restaurant has great food and the staff are helpful and friendly and some even speak good english!!! yay!
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We are settled in our cute apartment and after another sleep in we arose at 9am to face another day. I have not previously mentioned the weather, it has been nothing other than beautiful ,just like Spring days in Sydney. Ken sitting outside on balcony enjoying a glass of wine at 5.30 in tee shirt. We have been truly blessed with sunny days and no wind at this stage. We enjoyed a coffee and croissant for breakfast and set off again for a full day of walking Around ...
... for goodies to bring home, so many things we can't bring ,because of the weight ,that we would love to. Found our way home and then slipped around the corner to a nearby restaurant for a bite to eat. Very well priced had a steak ,veggies and then an amazing desert,custard with chunks of marshmallow on top sprinkled with nuts . Well it was part of the deal main and sweets for 21 Eros. Back home and catch up with emails and diary , and then off to bed another adventure tomorrow who knows ...
... before relaxing in the apartment while I researched which restaurants we like would be open on a Sunday night. We decided to try Jacquou le Croquant which has been specialising in duck, goose and rabbit for 30 years. This turned out to be a magical choice and made for a memorable last night here. Not having had a pastis yet, Bill had one as an aperitif while I thought I'd better have a Kir. As Bill was hungry, he ordered a starter of buckwheat crèpe stuffed with duck and ...
Chrissie Amphlett got it right when she sang those immortal words "There's a fine line between pleasure and pain'.
Most of the time on this blog I've been talking about the positives, the beautiful and the delicious. Last night, between feet rubs and during my daily gripe, David said... 'Why aren't you writing about this?". So here is my bodies view of the trip so far.
Paris (from ...
... trip, drop-off directly in front of the cathedral. Explored, lit a candle, took some panoramic of the city and islands in the distance, and caught the bus down in under an hour. I know this only because the ticket I had bought for the ride up still worked! I was told once that they are valid for 60 minutes. I then walked the port and down the coastline to Plage Catalans, the beach closest to the city I had skipped yesterday. I laid out for about an hour ...