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... low for the morning and then went out to get some fresh air. We ended up walking up a very large hill to the Basilica Notre Dam. It was beautiful and we could see out across the whole city and the water. And I also just about killed Cortney who was having a very hard time with the whole breathing thing because of her cold. So we decided walking downhill would be a better choice. It was pretty chilly out and we needed a rest so we ended up going to a movie! We ended ...
... and really forced you to reflect on how human behavior can result in genocide and how it can be prevented and resisted more effectively. We finished our tour at a temporary exhibit that displayed the genocide of Rwanda – heartbreaking and eye opening.
Again, not your typical day in Provence, yet an unforgettable experience.
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“To do nothing is to be complicit.” ...
... and head to Fort St Jean which has a really good photo point looking back down at Vieux Port and over to the impressive Notre Dame de la Garde which stands atop a hill in the distance and is reminiscent of the Sacre Cour in Paris. By now we are feeling a little tired. The forecast in the Cruise Compass today was mostly cloudy but it was mostly sunny and hot. We head back to the shuttle boat which is soon heading out across the bay ...
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Quickly updating on our return from our Mexico trip around the end of April, Maria-Lynn stayed in Calgary for a month while Marc went to Revelstoke to meet and move Aaron & Brodie's household so that we could start the renovation of their home while Brodie & Eliana were still in Australia. After working on renovating the house from early May and grand-parenting our lovely granddaughter ...
... of Marseille is pedestrian only. It is one of those cities that is one public space connected to another.) It was so beautiful and old! And everything is open and free or really cheap to visit.
Lastly, we made the hike to Notre Dame de la Garde way up on a hill. The views were breathtaking. The water and light in Marseille are intense and made everything look like a painting.
Then we set off for Avignon.