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This morning we headed out and went for a walk through the town and to the Papal palace. We walked around the gardens, up the hill to the park and through the souvenir shop.
The town was still waking up. It is a beautiful old town but still different to the others we have seen. So French.
We walked back through the shops and bought delicious baguettes for brunch.
We walked to the car and drove to the historic town Arle. ...
... t take long to look around and we head of in the tiny car to Aix en Provence were we enjoyed another lovely lunch. I managed to trip over in the front door of the cafe and fell flat on my face. I am scarlet with humiliation and the staff all rush to assist me. We are seated next to a couple from Devon England and they are enchanting dinner companions who tell us about some of the wonderful places they have visited and i add their suggestions to my list ...
... it because they had geese, donkeys, ducks, sheep and CHICKENS!
One one of the days we went to the market in Saint Remy de Provence and bought cheeses, vegetables, bread, lavender honey and freshly roasted chestnuts which tasted like warm, chewy chicken. I also saw a girl with a band-aid in the middle of her head. Why am I talking about a girl around age 7 that had a band-aid in the middle of her head? I don't know. At around midday mum and dad ...
Our excursion at Marseille actually took us a wee bit around the coast to the resort village of Cassis. This made for quite a relaxing few hours wandering the small town. We picked up a new friend there, as there was a kiwi-Aussie lady traveling by herself, and when the bus just dropped us off on some random street with no directions to town, she could see us looking at directions on my phone, so tagged along to avoid getting ...
... and storm drain covers. Absolutely painful with the trailer the day before, but still bad on the road bike with zero suspension amidst high traffic volume on narrow roads. In short, riding in Marseille was the worst riding experience I have had in France, and the stupid noises weren’t helping.
A funny thing was how everyone in the hostel commented individually how they thought Marseille was an ugly city. I didn’t make it to the old Port area, ...