Relais de la Magdeleine
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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France is super different from the other places I've been in Europe. I mean, everywhere is different, but they all have certain similarities that let you know you are in Europe. I don't really know how to explain it, but it's just different here. Don't worry though, different is not bad. Marseille is a very cool and unique place. There are no tourists here. Well... No English speaking tourists. The other tourists I have bumped into have been overwhelmingly older ...
... filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, cured meats, spices, seafood, nougat, and Savon de Marseille (the famous Provencal soaps). We stocked up with medjool dates, grapes, bananas, and nougat for the road before settling on a café for lunch.
Again, since we planned on the rain, we had picked out an indoor place to spend the afternoon – the Camp des Milles. This was just a short drive from the old city ...
Friday and Saturday Oct 17 & 18 We were up early, packed and cleaned up before meeting the apartment agent, handing back keys and getting a taxi to the train station. Our TGV train took 2.5 hours to get us to Marseille travelling along the coast through Antibes and Cannes before heading inland. On arrival in Marseille we got our tickets to Avignon for the day we leave and then taxied to our apartment which is on the east side of Vieux Port, the old port of the ...
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Quickly updating on our return from our Mexico trip around the end of April, Maria-Lynn stayed in Calgary for a month while Marc went to Revelstoke to meet and move Aaron & Brodie's household so that we could start the renovation of their home while Brodie & Eliana were still in Australia. After working on renovating the house from early May and grand-parenting our lovely granddaughter ...
... via Monaco. Unfortunately the ride to the hostel, some 3.5 hours normally, is over 7 hours if you avoid the tollways. With breaks, it would be at least 8 or even 9, and that's simply too long of a day, and the tollways won't be as expensive if Jess and I are sharing the cost, so working out the tollways should be entertaining. Well that's it from me for tonight, I'll probably blog again tomorrow night once I get back to the hostel tomorrow to tell you all about Cannes and ...