Inter Hotel Clair Hotel
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... overlooking the beach. The water is an emerald green colour. There are a couple of restaurants on piers over the water. Patrons sit on sun lounges and take dips when they get too hot. Issy says she thinks it would be good to work in Marseille. She says she would walk over the road every day at lunchtime for a quick dip. We climb a hill to the basilica of Note-dame de la Garde. This is right on top of the highest hill in Marseille and can be seen from everywhere ...
... one of his knights. Stayed in the hands of that family for 150 years, then sold to a rich nobleman. Was trashed during the French Revolution and eventually given back to the State in 1936 and became protected historical monument and is still in the process of being restored!
... from Australia had come that far. He was very nice and chatty, wanting to know about our trip. When we left the office we heard him excitedly tell his mate that walked in after us that we were Australian. It was quite funny! We decided to start cooking dinner straight away as we were both starving! So after setting up I cooked dinner while Joe set up the tent so we could just fall into bed afterwards, which we did. ...
... Next stop was dinner, where the beers were more expensive than anticipated, but it was warm, cozy and had yummy food, so that was all good! Then a nutella crepe for dessert, before heading back to that magnificent tower for some night time photos and to see it sparkle!
The next morning we met up at the Champs Elysee, and headed straight up the Arc de Triomphe. And what a view we had! Blue sky (YAY!) finally, so a great place to admire ...
... waiter dropped the exorbitant check on the table we figured we would not order any food here, so again we got up and left. Next door was a 'Hagen Daaz' shop, that offered breakfast till 13:00, finally we got a chocolate croissant and a coffee. What a challenge to get some half decent food in a town filled with eateries, unbelievable. After breakfast we walked along the market to get ourselves some tickets for the ferry to Isle d'If. ...