Logis Le Mas De La Roseraie
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... her to stop sucking: bitter tastes on her fingers, nail polish, socks on her hands... EVERYTHING, but she just would not stop. So she had braces three times, and headgear. Because of her big freckles, pale skin, orange hair, speech impediment, really horrible teeth and the pound of blue eyeshadow that --for some reason my mom let her wear to school.. She was not a very attractive kid (sorry Trish). I told them about how kids would pick on her a lot because ...
... Du Gard for picnic lunch.
It was very hot and we enjoyed a shaded picnic on a canope along the river below Pont Du Gard on the right bank. The aquaduct was very special as it has 3 levels and carried water in Roman days to cities of Nimes, Orange etc.
... of the beautiful soaps.
Next stop La Baux, glad we weren't driving, so steep and narrow as the village is cut out of a cliff, just spectacular. The town is set up for tourists as every shop had souvenir items. Back to the ship for lunch.
Lunch every day is a smorgasboard arrangement in the dining room or you can have sandwiches in the sky ...
... without machines?
As it was getting late we once again had dinner in our hotel. Each night a menu is posted on the notice board with what will be offered for that nights dinner. Lou and Phil decided to taste the Osso Bocco Turkey. It was a very enjoyable meal indeed.
Sophie had the best Chocolate Macaroon with a hot chocolate filling and raspberry sauce. The photo shows how fantastic the French desserts really ...
... snarling traffic downtown with the Mediterranean sun beating down on us as horns blew and policemen waved cross traffic on endlessly as we waited through multiple green light cycles, it sucked.
Marseilles has 300 days of sun a year and though we got several of them on that ride, it was interesting. We passed the hall where the national anthem, La Marseillaise, was first sung, saw the island prison from where the Count of Monte Cristo escaped, and were ...