Novotel Aix en Provence Beaumanoir Les 3 Sautets
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I've always enjoyed renting bikes to cover more ground in a city, and they said the road to Marseilles would be scenic, but not too strenuous. Ten of us set out on a beautiful sunny and temperate morning, probably about 68 degrees and expecting a high of 84. I have been so pleased that the knee that caused trouble last July seems to be completely …
... with gas and other fees, but the amount is regulated to make sure the driver isn’t making a profit. It’s quite a hot service in France right now (and other European countries) since it’s environmentally friendly. On the way to Marseille, I rode with two Parisian guys and a Hungarian girl (also studying in France), and on the way back the driver and passengers were all French. They were all friendly and everything went smoothly on the way there ...
... the Calanques de Sormiou. We were not fortunate enough to see these calanques.
We had planned on taking a bus to them and doing a hiking trip, but the bus was
not running Sunday, so we were able to see some different Calanques instead by taking
a boat tour. I don’t regret the boat ride, it was still nice, but the calanques
we saw were the closest to Marseille and the least impressionable. So I must
say I was disappointed a bit. I guess all the ...
... your morning café. As one of our Airbnb hosts taught us, the croissant is actually made by a viennoiserie (makers of baked goods from a yeast leavened dough), and originated from Vienna (hence the name viennoiserie). Boulangers specialise in bread, but most also branch out to include viennoiserie and patisserie (specialities in pastries and sweets such as tarte citron), but they are all a specialty and art unto their own. We didn’t share in the daily croissant tradition, but ...
We finally made it to Aix. Upon driving into the Centre Ville, I was quite surprised at how big it was. It definitely had that big city buzz and craziness. After driving around awhile, we found a little parking lot. I put in a 2 euro coin which gave us two hours.
We ate lunch at the Cafe du Palais. Hunter had Pasta Carbonara; I had a Goat Cheese Salad. We still had some time on our parking, so ...