Pullman Marseille Provence
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... looks quite happy. It has its head down and is running its snout over the ground looking for any crumbs that someone might have dropped from the table. We set off for Marseille. We leave at 11am. The tour is due to start at 1pm. It is supposed to be just under an hour's drive, so we have left ourselves plenty of time. The GPS gets us to within a couple of kilometres of our pickup point without any problems. It then starts providing strange instructions. It tells ...
- Day 9:
- The day of the actual wedding ceremony arrives. Almost an anti-climax after all the pre-wedding partying! Light rain is falling, not good for outdoors ,hope it clears for afternoon.
- Festivities at the Castle not due until 2 pm so we decide to visit our other Castle («hateau de Chateauneuf) which is only 100 mtrs from our B&B.
- Displays much as in all the other Castles cum ...
... li>Not up so early, feeling a bit under the weather and the wedding celebrations haven't even started yet! Is quite cool today and starting to rain so we decide to take in a bit of history. Guy's bible (the Lonely Planet) has told us not to miss Bibracte, the archaeological remains of a Celtic city to on top of Mt Beuvray about 40 kms from here. A nice drive through beautiful countryside clears our heads! What an amazing place. This oppedium (fortified city) was the capital of ...
I've been slacking on my blog lately (lately being over a month…) so I’ll try to post two or three successive blog posts! I’ll focus on my fall break in this post, since traveling is always interesting to read about. I split my fall break into two shorter trips, first visiting Marseille and then Edinburgh. Drastically different, but both entirely worth the trip!
Marseille is in the south of France, right on the coast. It actually ...
... a very long road for him to get back to functioning properly. Life can change in a moment so it brings us back to reality and to live in the moment you are in and not in what we are planning next. We have to speak as much french as possible so our conversations are a mixture of french words with English to fill in the gaps and vice-versa with Carol having very good English and also her eldest ...