Kyriad Marseille Paradis
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... decided to settle for something else Cus everyone is tired of walking and hungry. They chose a kebab place (which I don't eat), and I was pretty reluctant to just settle for food at a rather unpleasant looking place after walking for so long. While we were finding the recommended restaurant, we walked past a Chinese restaurant, which interest me, so I dragged Vivian along to accompany me to check the restaurant out. I had huge cravings for Asian food by then. So hungry!!! ...
... of how she was feeling. Our tour drove from the very large port area (fifth largest in Europe), along a coast fronting road (J F Kennedy Drive) and then through the streets of Marseille. We viewed many grand buildings such as the large city cathedral, the Notre Dame de la Garde Bascilica, the Longchamp Palace, The island Prison that operated in ancient times and still currently functions, the Commerce Palace, ...
... pool and most importantly parking and location. It had all the things listed, including a pool, however, the place felt like a prison, highly institutional, cold and metallic and not so new. We should have left right then and there walked out but we were tired and hungry and ready to stop. Nessie was a trooper, and while it was an efficient place, it ...
... than buying a camera – No! Cameras.
So we picked our way around the old trawlers and new sports boats while watching the fishermen preparing for the next day's catch. We meandered past the deli and listened to locals ordering fromage and pate. We stood outside the bakery and breathed deeply of the bready vapours. It was horrible; before long we were back at the ship and ready for lunch - half the day wasted!
Some sort of ...
... for Aix-en-Provence. During
our first day there we quickly realized how different Aix-en-Provence is from
Marseille. We felt like we blended in much better and were safer. We also found
that it was a little easier to understand people there when speaking French. I
think they spoke slower there, which may have just been coincidence, but my
friend and I were really excited that we were able to finally ...