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... could chill. After we got back we drove 5min down the road to a spectacular part of the coast called Parc du mugel. Some amazing ocean colour, sheer cliffs and views of the town. Dinner was great as our view from the apartment was gorgeous so we sat, ate and soaked it up. We left the next day for Beaulieu-sur-Mer (near ...
... traffic, cutting the corner as they love to do.
It;s a great way to get the adrenalin pouring out of your ears.
Everything after this is a breeze including a merge onto the motorway when a steel grey haired matron refuses to accelerate and merges at 70 onto a 130kmph motorway. You shoulda see the ducking and weaving of at least 6 cars trying overtake and undertake her before being mowed down by traffic already traveling at 130.
Whilst parked up, I did get a glimpse of Cassis mind. This would be my next destination, a small town with a population of about 10,000. Between Cassis and Marseille there is a 10 mile line of coast which forms the Calanques National Park, an array of limestone cliffs and beautiful waters. I parked up around 3pm, threw on my flip flops and hiked to the beach. I was the only crazy fool in the ...
... from France and lived here qfor 30 years. We picked some local figs, and had them with our BBQ 6 Sept - we visited Cassis, on the. Mediterranean, a supposed one hour drive. Cassis, besides being famous for it's drink of that name, is famous as an area that supplied limestone blocks for a good part of the med. Today, it is a tourist area, and the must do is a boat tour of the Calanques, which are fiord like little bays with clear water and high cliffs. We took an hour-long ride in ...
... spied a beautiful though otherworldly piece of legumery in the market (see photo for the questionable green legume). It looked like a member of the brassica family or maybe a member of the Dr Who family... but any guesses on this mystery?
One of the haute couture shows this year (and this is also for you Vivienne and Virginia) was on in the Rodin Museum. Bloody hell, as If Rodin and Camille Claudel don't make the place beautiful enough... Remember when we were there ...