Premiere Classe Toulon - La Seyne Sur Mer
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... the city, as i am in some pain from yesterday's hike. Today was a glorious sunny day, and the waterfront was packed with people enjoying the sunshine. I did see quite a few beggars here, and these included little kids coming up to you with their hands out while the parents sat nearby. One kid even followed me into a bakery, where the shop owner told the kid off ...
Decided to take a morning excursion to Cassis even though we planned to disembark a day early in Marseille - turned out to be a great decision as we probably would not have bothered to get ourselves there on our own, & it is a beautiful town! Especially loved the little boat trip to three of the closest calanques. Soaked up the sunshine at a waterside café then wandered through the narrow back streets & through the bustling local market.
... en Provence. Why? I couldn't remember. I certainly wasn't going to ask Jean. Anyway, after a quick nap we rolled into the middle of town to stop in a square. Jean seemed to be still talking to herself when I woke up. She said we should be back at the bus by 12:45 to leave. That was the only thing I heard her say all day. We all scrambled off the bus like rats leaving a sinking ship. Now Jean wants to give us a walking tour. Are you serious? Just turn ...
... were looking to replace the camera I broke in Barcelona). We decided to eschew the excursions and explore the city on foot at our own pace. Excellent! We went to bed that night looking forward to the coming day.
The next morning we awoke and opened our curtains to see that we were on the edge of a small-ish town where the outline of the harbour did not match what we expected.
Steven quickly turned on the TV to watch our pre-breakfast ...
... Pope and that it had nothing to do with the Catholic Church.
They enjoyed each other's company and discussed a range of topics from the French government to Spanish sherries, which they also drank. Video Girl and Battery Boy said goodbye to Pope, collected their camera equipment and headed to the port area to take some night shots. As you walk through the narrow streets of the Panier District, the oldest area of Marseille ...