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... La Corniche (a long stretch of road right by the ocean), and explored other areas. Marseille offers some of the prettiest views I’ve ever seen. It was quite a treat to get out of Paris for a few days and spend it by the ocean. I also forgot how nice it was to have home cooked meals! We had raclette the first night, grilled fish the second, and chili the last night. The family was so kind and accommodating, and they told me I was welcome back ...
Charlene ended up saying dessert? And we said no, but then I jokingly said
PANCAKES! And what do you know? About 10 minutes later she comes out of the kitchen
with a Tupperware of pancakes that must have been left over from that morning or
the morning before. It was a good moment. Oh, and not only were there pancakes,
but she also brought out maple syrup. Was I ever spoiled! This is the story
behind the picture of me and Baptiste on FB with pancakes. ...
... that Marie is very thorough. I choose to have some acupuncture done. This is not so much for my back, but to explore what Chinese medicine can do for me. Sylvia is my therapist and she explains a little bit about how your chi is supposed to be connected to the universe for well being. (I personally think that my chi has been ...
... a small section where a handful of blackjack games were taking place but the real action takes place behind yet another velvet rope in the “Private Salons” where the real high stakes action probably happens. I say probably because even at 2pm it was coat and tie required or members only so we were not able to check out that part of the casino. After taking a quick spin through and day dreaming a bit about what the place would look like at 11pm on a ...
The houses built along the coast looked like they were built one on top of the other right up the hill. The water was sparkling and the day was beautiful. We noted that the architecture seemed simpler than Spain’s and several buildings were built in the late 40’s to replace the buildings destroyed during the end of WW II. They were really plain.
We finally headed up the hill to Notre –Dame de la Garde ...