Mas de la Rabassiere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... its administrative limits. It is the third largest urban area and metropolitan area after Paris and Lyon with a population of around 16 million! It is France's largest city on the Mediterranean coast and largest commercial port. This is not a place we could even try to take in with just a few hours. Shopping was not on our agenda today! This evening we had a special invitation to attend a get-together with the officers, staff and crew ...
... out to be 5-6 more. Our wonderful friend Mary had volunteered to get more rose and beer so we were fine.
Everyone seemed to have a good time, the conversation was lively and we had music courtesy of the new Bluetooth speaker system I had purchased as an early birthday gift to myself at the Apple store in town.
Yes, you heard me - there is an Apple ...
With a week long stay planned for Miramas-le-Vieux, we wanted to get our bearings and explore a bit around the Etang de Berre (a large inland sea lake of which we are situated towards the most northerly point). We travelled south towards Istre along a winding road that followed the coast line of the Etang. The kids seemed better with the twists and turns (it would be a long month ahead if they didn't) and we decided to explore a small beach. We ...
On the 13th we began our next workstay in Miramas, France. We are staying with Carroll, Eric, their two teenaged daughters Myalise and Louisia, Gypsy the worlds most pregnant and hate-filled dog (seriously I have never seen an animal be so angry!) and the grey cat we have named Chairman Meow because I haven't asked what his actual name is yet and it probably won't be as good as that anyhow. There are also four horses and two ponies who ...
... figured that a path through the forest would be slower and we really wanted to get to the quarry. We returned the way we had originally gone and went straight through the intersection that wasn’t signed. Sure enough, a bit further on we came across the signs for the ochre paths. We headed up to the parking lot since there was supposed to be a visitor’s centre, but it was closed. The parking attendant gave us the key to the washrooms so that ...