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... could look one way and see Marseille in the distance, shift right and see solitary crags rising sporadically just offshore, or look straight ahead and see the sapphire blue Mediterranean glistening in the morning sun. Any way we turned, it took our breath away. After taking the boat back to the mainland, we grabbed some lunch at the marina before hopping on a bus up to the highest point in the city, to visit Notre Dame de la Garde, a cathedral overlooking Marsille and the sea. ...
... its a small school so not many students)
Then at dinner last night Laura made a comment I've heard for 16 years: you would be a good teacher.
I'm beginning to think people are trying to tell me something. Haha. I've heard that since I was little... Maybe it's something to look into. Even Nicole agreed with Laura and complemented me on how well I am with Laura and that I do a good job. Kasia can attest to how "strict" ...
... up, but for Aix there were quite a few and the site supplies other surrounding towns if you don't want to be in Aix. Just thought i'd let ya know in case you're still looking!
Ok, now what some of you have been waiting for...pictures! There are more below!
So the pictures are a bit old, like from two weeks ago, but they are of the pretty scenery from around here! :)
Miss you all!
Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving/Black Friday, haha.
... je crois que je vais rester ici plus longtemps! Retour a lappart pour diner, restant d?hier, comme dhab, jai faite de la bouffe pour 50, donc ya des restants pour 3 jours lol. Lezardage sur la terrasse, oh appel de Benben! Donc jarriverai a Avignon jeudi (si romain est daccord pour que je prolonge mon sejour ici) et Montpellier vendredi! Bon, ce pm Notre Dame de la Garde; apres une tonne descaliers, jy arrive! la vue est superbe! on voit toute la ville de ...
We missed the summer lavender fields. If you really dig modern painting, Aix-en-Provence may hold some charm. Not a bad town, just nothing really spectacular.
Nancy liked the shopping in the old town during the market day.
My pic is a bit snarky. Just showing what is undoubtedly the worst (somewhat) functionally aircraft carrier in the world, the Charles de Gaulle.