Mercure Aix en Provence Ste Victoire
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... point in the city, is seen as the guardian of the city and is commonly called a bonne mere (the good mother).
Once we got into town, we took the long route around the harbor, grabbed a couple drinks and headed to the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations, referred to as "Mucem".
We walked a ton and now I'm finishing my night with a glass of wine and a good meal. Sante! (cheers!)
Once we got back and showered, the four of us (including Charlotte, their daughter) took a little stroll through town. Full of sail boats, great little restaurants flanking the seas edges, people people watching... They live in a fantasy world.. minutes away from Cassis, another fantasy world.
Come visit France.. its gorgeous.
Have arrived at the Marseille / Provence International Airport which completes the first leg of our 20 hour Journey home. It is a beautiful airport, we are waiting now to check in. Yesterday, was a relaxing sort of day. We slept in until 9:00 am then went for breakfast at the hotel. We walked into town and did some more shopping and I took some more ...
It seems as if our three-weeks in sunny Provence have flown by, as Dee and I spent much of this weekend trying to get organized for the move to Rome, and the transition from bonjour! to buon giorno! We're also excited about the upcoming rendezvous with our good friend, Lucy, who arrives shortly after us at Fiumicino, Rome's major airport, on Wednesday morning.
We decided to unburden ourselves of some non-essential clothing (too much cool weather garb), ...
... were other patrons suffering a similar fate. In any event, the meals were mediocre; the carafe of rosé and the bread were the highlights of our dejeuner on this day.
Enroute to visit the Pavillon de Vendome, a 17th-century mansion with formal gardens that are open to the public, we were amazed at the lack of pedestrian traffic, and the number of shuttered stores and shops. Apparently, much of ...