Novotel Aix-en-Provence (Sud)
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... around the corner from where we are staying called Church of Saint-Jean De Malte this was built in the 12 Century. Such amazing architecture, I love walking through them thinking back to the book 'Pillars of the Earth' by Ken Follett. Today was a stinker! It got up to 30 degrees. Needless to say we have spent most of the afternoon inside. After spending the morning walking around the town by 2pm it is just too hot to be outside. It ...
... meal we have pretty much worked it out. My school girl French is not too bad when it comes to reading a menu but this meal was different. There were some new words and I knew I didn't know what it said exactly but thought we wouldn't go too wrong by choosing the top two main meals. We had already made a pact that if either of them had obvious wheat Mr S would take it! So our meals came, phew mine was what we thought it would be beef with veggies ...
... a few beaches along the way and we stopped for another coffee for Mr S and a tea for me. The tea was awesome - it is so hard to get tea here when you want black tea with milk (rather than earl grey taken black). However Mr S's cappuccino was a sight - espresso topped with whipped cream from a can!! Tasted alright but was not what we were expecting.
While the gardens themselves were ...
... shutters and ridiculously huge yachts and you would be pretty right. The hotel is a cute European B and B style one bedroom. Keys collected from a local restaurant and only one flight of stairs to our room. Double glazing masks most noise from the street and we both sleep the night through! Waking up we look down at the street and here is the view from our room! Welcome to France!! A quick walk to the harbour for breakfast and we ...
... to have a couple drinks. A jazz trio happened to be jamming on this square, a venue in which an assortment of buskers and musicians frequently perform for donations. The cool, shady setting was a great place to have our final "Happy Hour" in Aix.
Our little French girl got quite a kick out of the framed picture (of herself) that we gave to her as a farewell gift. She was kind enough to take a photo of us, and we encouraged her to let us know via ...
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