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I also spent a day in a little town called Cassis, which is only a half hour bus ride from Marseille. My friends and I spent a few hours exploring the town (and trying something sweet from every bakery we passed) and then enjoyed delicious sandwiches while sitting on the beach and enjoying the sunshine. There are some pictures from my visit there on here as ...
... br> French with the people in the stores! While there we explored the many
boutiques that line the city center streets, attended a Catholic mass in French
on a whim, and went into a large museum called Le Musee Granet S’Argrandit
which had some works by Picasso, Monet, Cezanne and several other artists. On
Sunday morning we walked into some of the most amazing bakeries I have ever
seen, and I snacked on ...
... on the rebellious population rather out to sea.
Walking along the streets it was like a minefield of dog poo, had to keep our heads down to spot them. Watched the fish markets packing up for the day, after a good morning of trade. Went past a popular statue of a Greek Olympian being devoured by a Lion, his Olympic cup cast down.
Had a lazy morning soaking up the sun. decided to spoil our selves and enjoy some vegemite and cheese toasties for brunch. This may seem basic but when living on a travelling budget this becomes luxury! Realising we were right on a coastal point with ocean either side of us, we went for a stroll around the area. By the time we took off it was mid afternoon, drove further along the coast before parking up for the night in Gemenos.
Had a fantastic day! It all started by waking up with the sun shining through the window revealing the spectacular ocean views next to us. Ben was nearly tempted to go for a morning swim but caved to the warm shower skippy was offering. Drove the famous coastal drive, known as the Cote D'Azur coast. The road ...