Relais d'Aubagne Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the new Hunger Games movie. Of course, it was in French. It was pretty fun and funny because I don't speak French. At one point everyone in the theater laughed and I had no idea what was going on. Good times. If you are traveling abroad and you need a rest day, I recommend seeing a movie in a foreign language. It's a cool experience. Today Cortney stayed in bed all day and I went out exploring in my own. We staying up the hill from the main harbor and it's ...
... were subjected. 10,000 people of 38 different nationalities were interned here and over 2,000 Jews were deported from here to Auschwitz. It is the only major internment and deportation camp in France that is still intact and open to the public.
We were fortunate enough to have a wonderful guide who explained a lot of things that weren’t written down. It was very sobering to walk through these spaces ...
... filler of an andouillette, but it is not the casing or the key to its manufacture. True andouillette will be an oblong tube. If made with the small intestine, it is a plump sausage generally about 25 mm in diameter but often it is much larger, possibly 7–10 cm in diameter, and stronger in scent when the colon is used. ...
... other than the electrical.
Maria-Lynn supported us in this endeavour by feeding us, helping to look after Eliana and taking the dog for walks as part of her pre-Camino training. Another part of our preparation for the Camino walk, Maria-Lynn & Marc would take excursions on the weekends with Goldie (our Wesfalia camper van) for longer hikes in the Rockies. (See pictures of Aaron, Brodie & Eliana, the renovation and a couple of our hikes)
... French, DO NOT go to a small town or stray from the tourist path too much!! Better yet, always stay in hostels where they expect guests to be coming by public transit/by foot and can explain how to get there!!
I found the place after about 30 minutes, hot, dehydrated, and fairly sure my right knee was going to explode from walking with my pack. I checked into my room, walked in, saw it was messy/not cleaned from the previous person, and nearly cried. Whatever, I ...