Inter-hotel Parc des Expositions
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Awaking each morning to tea and toast etc. served to our room whenever we desire (6:30 for me) and having it on the balcony as the ship comes in to the next port is an unforgettable experience. This we did again today as we arrived at Marseilles - La Joliette. The view is stunning and we later enjoyed it more as we had 'proper breakfast' on the Terrace upstairs with John and Melinda. Then off on our meanderings into Marseille. After a good ...
... had enough room to store cold beverages. Jan was in charge of purchasing beverages so she set out for the Monoprix (where they sell everything) and I set out to the farmer's market to see what we could do for hors d'oeuvres. We were figuring on about 6-8 people.
I bought some veggies for crudite here
I bought some olives here ...
... calamine lotion to settle itch
6. Wash ALL clothes on the hottest wash cycle possible and dry them on the hottest setting in the drier. Kill those blood suckers! You don't want anymore love bites.
7. Post photo on facebook for all your family and friends to laugh at (they're not so jealous of your travels after all).
Anyway. That's enough from me. Sleep tight. Hope the bed bugs don't bite Xx
... busy harbour – lots of bars, restaurants and people. They have a morning fish market which sells the day’s catch. There is also a massive Ombriere (sunshade) - 1080m2 of stainless steel - with a reflective steel ceiling which encourages everyone to take a photo of their own reflection - including us! Our side of the harbourfront is actually the new side, although the buildings opposite are much newer. That’s because ...
... it's hell out there. Want a quick lunch on your way to the museum? All the fast options involve pizza or pitta or something. Go for sushi? There is wheat in the soy sauce. It's there again as a thickener in the chic garlic/rosemary/kumquat dressing the chef has used to simmer tonight's special. Being a celiac, as Avril has told me perhaps more than twice, is trying to get the world to understand that you are not allergic to flavour. Gluten-free is not the same as bland. ...