Kyriad Marseille les Pennes Mirabeau Aeroport
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a souvenir shop to look for a patch and the gentleman running the shop started talking to me and I had to stop him because I didn't know what he was saying and he said, "Oh, Italian!" I said no, English. He assumed I was from England and started talking about British football and said he thought I was Italian because of my accent when I said bonjour. He was a super sweet guy. I found my buildings and watched a ferry unload before getting a crepe and returning ...
... filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, cured meats, spices, seafood, nougat, and Savon de Marseille (the famous Provencal soaps). We stocked up with medjool dates, grapes, bananas, and nougat for the road before settling on a café for lunch.
Again, since we planned on the rain, we had picked out an indoor place to spend the afternoon – the Camp des Milles. This was just a short drive from the old city ...
... fumbling with the French keyboard I managed to do. We then filled them in and faxed them to the Nz electoral commission. So we feel extremely smug about having voted already. Gilberte directed us to the Apple shop in Aix en Provence when horrors I dropped my iPad and broke it ( you know how attached I am to that). A very nice young man got me ...
... this stretch, we prepared to leave on our journey to Europe with a particular focus on walking the Camino Francais (around 800 kilometres).
Aaron & Brodie's reno consisted of redoing their kitchen, removal of the exterior walls and roof in this area then rebuilding this with a second floor, then removal and upgrade of the existing roof to provide better ventilation and a new surface to receive new roofing. Aaron and Marc did most of the ...
... I have been known to stand in front of a microwave to try to hurry it along. But I watch the French wait in lines. They are usually zen like in their demeanour, quiet, slow moving sentinels, they wait for bread, pastries or even the post office to open. I have a lot to learn from them about the quiet joy of waiting for a long time for a baguette which has just been coaxed out of an oven, hot light and fluffy, the perfect carrier for a ...