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Today we decided that we wanted a chill day and that we didn't want to travel. Therefore we woke up late. We then went to the pool and sunbathed and read for a couple of hours before going back to the campervan. We played a game of Rummikub and then went to ...
... decided that as it had a pool, it would be perfect. Therefore we drove for an hour and a half to end up at the campsite. As soon as we arrived, we headed to the pool and spent a couple of hours there. Then we headed back to the campervan and had sausages for dinner whilst Dad opened his cards and presents. We then played Rummikub and went to ...
... but this one was very large. It was interesting to learn that containers aren't specific, and can
be used for any section of the port.
Lunch was delicious as nearly every meal there was. I had the curry which was a really large portion, and I ate lasagna too because someone barely touched theirs and I eat a lot. I really liked the places we ate at. I also saved enough room for dessert which was also phenomenal.
FexEx was ...
... we ended up finding one at the end of a long row of bars and restaurants and they just happened to have a table for two getting up as we walked in so we grabbed it right away. It turned out to be a lovely, classic French meal but honestly the best part about that dinner was what was taking place next door. Unbeknownst to us the two bars next to this restaurant were the two most popular gay bars in Nice and as we got further into our meal we noticed that these ...
... town like Marseille (1.2 million people).
Jacques tells us that the city is now about 40% immigrants (meaning mostly Muslim immigrants from places like Algeria and Tunisia), and there is a lot of crime and unsafe neighborhoods in the northern parts of the city. It is very sad to see the enormous amounts of graffiti that deface the walls and sides of buildings along the freeways and major roads throughout the city. Obviously, the French police have ...