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... I would add an obligatory photo of the bright colours and amazing produce, but that seems a bit touristy even for us! But we did pick up some interesting wild bore sausage. Given the 'pork incident' in La Ciotat this was very tasty! Today we visited two churches, Saint-Sauveur Cathedral where every architectural style was represented in the building. There were parts of the building represented from the 5th to the 17 Century. The second church ...
... So my phone company only speaks French - and I can't make it out. Mr S has an iPad - how the hell do you call from an iPad to top up??? So we take his sim and put it in my phone - his company speaks English so we get somewhere with his access! Mine's all too difficult. I think I will just find a McDonalds and use the wifi!! So mid way through this (quite long) dilemma we go out to dinner. Menus - they are written in French right? No surprise. ...
... as they consist of limestone.
There were some interesting flowers in the garden - including a bottle brush that we almost walked right passed. It's funny that it took a while to realise that there was something wrong with seeing one of these in France.
Walk back to the town was aided by a stop at the local ice cream shop - Italian gelato is good in any language!
... and a half I sat staring at the horizon trying to convince myself that I wasn't going to die. Trust me it was bumpy and while the swell didn't look huge - there were waves hitting the windows. Even Mr S conceded 'it was pretty rough out there". My friend John is planning a trip to France with his wife and daughter. We have been researching together - but his research has centred around chocolate shops and cafés! This one is for ...
... bun was a hard roll that he gave up and ate it with a knife and fork. He said it was delicious. I was stuffed but managed to find room for a hazelnut gelato as we walked through the town (it was good).
John said Aix is shabby, and I said it has character. The old "tomato/tomahto" thing, I guess. It was built hundreds of years ago, after all. There are so many young people here! And every other woman has a baby or small child. I guess ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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