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After leaving La Spezia and arriving at the French border there were a lot of tunnels, more tunnels than road. I suppose that's why the toll for the road came to 38 Euro! But it would have been a long way round to avoid the etoll roads. Once in France we stopped at Monaco to have a look. It's quite a steep windy drive down into the town and not a lot of ...
... we enjoyed our last lunch in the dining room then reluctantly packed our bags & disembarked. Caught a taxi to out hotel, the gorgeous historic Intercontinental Marseille Hotel Dieu. Our amazing executive room had a large undercover terrace with a panoramic view over the Old Port.
Went for a long walk around the harbour, stopped for a drink to enjoy the sunset over the port, then ordered a dinner of mussels before walking back uphill to our ...
Where are we? OK, that was Sunday so today must be Monday. A long day today. I have previewed Bald Eagle's route and it seems to have twiddly bits most of the way and also looks like 8 hours of driving! Anyway we wake up with the sun rising over the distant hills and a cloudless sky. Breakfast, for the first time, was taken outside on the terrace watching a hot air balloon going nowhere - there was just no wind. The hotel had lots ...
Day 36 Heading North we travelled through Gorges du Verdon which is a 25km long and 700 meter deep river canyon, regarded as Europe's most beautiful canyon. Travelling from the South along the left bank we stopped several times for photo opportunities. Continuing North West we reached the small commune of Moustiers-Saint-Marie. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moustie rs-Sainte-Marie For centuries this has been the centre of ...
... The old mansion with its beautiful honesty, sculptures and the incredible works by Camille. Imagine that with a dollop of Dior on top... I swoon just thinking of it.
Ruth and Gary - Hey. Its art heaven here, you know that. St Paul de Vence was a very lovely gift from you both and we thought of you all the time we were there (I hope you have not read the blog about the walk up the hill, but if so... in the end it was worth it). There is something else extraordinary ...