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We had a wee glitch with the bus today - when we 'read' the map it said it was going around the roundabout then heading in the direction we wanted ... to Cezanne's studio. But actually, it peeled off the roundabout at the very beginning of the journey and took us back in the same direction we'd just come from! Oh well, never mind ... we decided to stay on the bus, hope the driver would forget about us, ... and we'd do ...
... icons - Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and again some others I didn't recognise. You can imagine Philip's comments about the ones with just a red splotch on the canvas, or crossed-out arithmetic, or the one on the floor that he walked on without even realising!!!
After all this culture we were totally exhausted and needed both Haagen Daas and more time relaxing in our room. Before we could say "J'ai faim" it was time to head out for dinner. We took Marie's advice ...
... This is released as energy via Einsteins famous E=mc(squared) equation: tiny bit of mass x speed of light (squared) or 9 x 10(to the power of 18) means that it doesn't take much matter to release a tremendous amount of energy.
The heat energy produced will be used to turn water into steam which will drive the inevitable steam turbines and generators to feed electricity into the grid.
All elements are trying to get to the most ...
... highest part of town and he said it was because that is where they were closest to God - makes sense I guess. There were two old ladies inside the church fussing about getting the white linen cloth placed evenly over the pulpit. They probably tended to the church everyday. Who will do these jobs in the old villages when the aged die as the younger generation are all moving to the cities? We left Menerbes ad meandered along ...
Day 8 2nd full day in Aix
We had two things on our agenda today. The first was to visit the candy factory where they make an almond candy (called calissons) for which Aix is famous. The base of the candy is an almond paste, and then it is topped with a hard sugar crust – either white or chocolate. The factory was easy to find; it was right across ...