Residhotel Cap Bleu
Travel Blogs from Martigues
Today started with a trip to another market,thought it would be the last so dragged
Ricko along ( unwillingly ) had a quick look sorry Rebecca no shoes then decided to do a bit of adventuring out of the old town. Had coffee and while we where sitting there spied a railway station. Had a look and saw train to Marseille Had given the idea of visitng there away as thought it went from the same station we arrived at. That was a $35 taxi ride away and thought ...
Up early, final bits packed and final check done. Danielle, the lovely owner of Maison de Pauline, came by to make sure that everything was ok before we left. We were in the car and saying our final goodbye to our favourite small town in Provence - Maussane - at 7:45 am! A very pleasant drive with not a lot of traffic and only one small hiccup when we missed a turn. We travelled the A7 to Marseille and easily found the airport exit and after a ...
Had wonderful day on our coach trip to "Markets and Villages of Provence" Started at 9.00 and L'lsle-sur-la-Sorgue 1st village had this amazing market. .It was on banks of a canal they call mini .Venice and it was huge. Lots of lovely things to tempt a person.
Next village Gords this was very old and a hilltop village. Next Roussillon this built on ochre cliffs and all the ...
... hours took us an hour and 20 minutes, that must be a record! It was just like Mt.Kenya but just a lot quicker, I kept letting out yelps and screaming as of my excitement. It was all the more funny as no tourists were there it was just us! When Ben went to put his jumper on, the funniest thing happened. Due to the harsh wind, Ben's glasses were taken and flew off the mountain. The greatest feeling is being here, no light pollution, no noise or any distractions. Just you and ...
... pain chocolat (which we thought would last about 5 days, but lasted 2 instead), we left the Auchan incredibly happy.
That was the main activity on Friday afternoon, and we made a dinner of local sausage and fried potatoes (T's bangers and mash - a typical travel meal for us) with roasted Provence courgette (zucchini) with rosemary (growing in front of M's porch along with abundant thyme! - welcome to Provence!) for dinner, then ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed