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... about in Alexandre Dumas’ novel, The Count of Monte Cristo. The chateau was first used as a fortress and then a prison, and now it serves as a tourist destination.
I stayed with the family of a classmate for about 3 days in Marseille. They were very welcoming and delightful, and it was a restful few days. There are several wonderful hiking trails in Marseille, and we tackled one of them while I was there. The climb was quite steep at times but ...
... break when we had returned so I went up to who I thought was Baptiste and said
hello. He recognized me right away and started talking to me. It was just so
weird and cool to see him again. Even though the visit was short, I was glad we
were able to see each other for a bit. How often does that happen anyways?
I went to his place the next night for supper. His
girlfriend made a yummy rice dish with sausages in it and I got to hear all
It didn't take long for us to move on from "being Italian" to the equivalent of being French! It’s not quite the same, but over the past 4 weeks or so in France, we have picked up a few French habits! My favourite French tradition has to be the baguette. Australia really does not know good bread! Bakers Delight could learn a thing or two from the boulangers in France. A loaf of bread from Bakers Delight at home might last up to a week before it starts going really stale or ...
... comfy red shoes for only 15 euro , almost as much as the cheese !! Back at the Villa sitting in the garden I'll try and set the scene .There is a German lady making wreaths with wild lavender and ivy she has collected this morning ,her husband is at the table with me doing word puzzles . The canadian guest is to my right by the fountain reading.It is so quiet except here par for the water pouring ...
... it until we reached Fort De Buoux. During the Celto-Liguran Age man made use of huge rocky outcrop which was to become Fort of Buoux. From the earliest Middle Ages this stronghold played an exceptional role in the defence of the country. At the foot of the cliff was the village of St Germain, of which now nothing remains (except the burial ground dug in the rock of more or less 200 graves) which was destroyed around the IXth century. At ...