B&B Marseille Saumaty Seon
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... point in the city, is seen as the guardian of the city and is commonly called a bonne mere (the good mother).
Once we got into town, we took the long route around the harbor, grabbed a couple drinks and headed to the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations, referred to as "Mucem".
We walked a ton and now I'm finishing my night with a glass of wine and a good meal. Sante! (cheers!)
First day in La Ciotat where Karine and Olivier live, right not the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Went to bed late, woke up a little late, and bummed around for part of the morning. Once afternoon struck we were off to Cassis to see what the coast had in store for us.
Cassis, a popular fancy tourist stop in the summer, is known for it's beautiful ...
... lunch and returned the hotel. We relaxed around the pool until about 5:00 when we walked back downtown for a last bit of sight seeing and shopping. We had a wonderful dinner of Mussels and French Fries followed by specialty coffee and dessert. We returned to the hotel where the group met to cleanup any left over wine, etc. That is all for now, Cheeers ...
... reception. Perhaps it was her skills as a graphic recorder and meeting planner, but Avril was terrific in applying map to reality and leading us forward. But......take the map out of her hand and watch her get completely disoriented. And watch I did, in amazement, as time and again she would exit a building, glance around and head off at 180 degrees wrong! If she were a goose, she'd fly north for the winter.
We'll see where she takes me if we travel again.
... you leave too early, I'm told. The French really are very laid-back. In fact I haven't seen either one of them go to work since I've arrived. And Lucha, my last host in Paris, went to work only once during the six days I stayed there. On top of that it was only a three-hour shift. Freaking incredible, I wish American work culture were more laid-back like the French. Their main concerns seems to be food, happiness, and a healthy social life, ...