Kyriad Marseille Gemenos
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... to modern times. Not only has the building been restored so to has the magnificent gardens. We enjoyed a new film " Cezanne in the Aix region" most interesting and enjoyable. Rembrandt ,Van dyke,Hans ,work was on display for us to enjoy. The other Musee Granet, once again many great artists work, Cezanne once again was featured. We really spent a long time enjoying all the works of art. The second part of Musee Granet we will see tomorrow where Vincent ...
... handy to have around when we're being mistaken for locals ... she's pretty good at picking up the gist of the conversation! But as for her, tomorrow marks the next phase of the holiday when we meet up with three of our seven cruise buddies, and she joins the Greymouth clan to go camping in the Yosemite :)
Philip and I set off for a big walk around the Coast to a little fishing bay where the local fisherman moor their boats and ...
... that Louise had been told by her coworkers proved to be spot on - this spot truly was gorgeous. We arrived just in time for our 1:30 reservation and were seated at a table directly alongside the Mediterranean gently lapping at the rocks on which the terrace of the restaurant was constructed. From this vantage we surveyed the small beach and smattering of other beach goers. While there were no more than 100 people, the limited space on the sand was all ...
... landscape. Brian and Leslie struck up a conversation with a lady from the USA. They both have that distinctive Australian accent. Brian said something to the effect of, “We walked with Marguerite here to find the shop she was looking for.” I did my best to explain the “navettes.” Lesley went on to say the ovens were older than Australia. The American woman looked at me and actually said, “You people like ...
... that in the past, roses were useful to vintners as a means of determining the presence of disease-borne insects. They would infect the roses before the grapevines, so then the vintner would know to treat the wines. With improved communication methods today, they no longer need the roses, but they still maintain them as they love their flowers. In addition to the gardens, there are quite a few modern sculptures found on the grounds, funded by a local initiative.