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We are settled in our cute apartment and after another sleep in we arose at 9am to face another day. I have not previously mentioned the weather, it has been nothing other than beautiful ,just like Spring days in Sydney. Ken sitting outside on balcony enjoying a glass of wine at 5.30 in tee shirt. We have been truly blessed with sunny days and no wind at this stage. We enjoyed a coffee and croissant for breakfast and set off again for a full day of walking Around ...
... person was saying in coded language. Marseilles is ethnically diverse, vibrant, complicated and ultimately not entirely french. To someone who things of Nice and Cannes as the most elegant and sopisticated places on earth, Marseilles would seem like a punishment. Walk down one street and you are suddenly in North Africa - the markets, the stores, the people walking by - you have to actually stop and remember that you are in France. Le ...
... when finished! However, we still managed to find room for a trio of homemade ice creams, the best we've ever tasted (oh, except for that scoop of salted caramel we had in New Zealand!) and un petit cafe! The rose wine was a perfect accompaniment, the meal absolutely spectacular and most memorable! FonFon did not disappoint, we highly recommend it!
Marseille, quelle agréable surprise! ...
... of Marseille is pedestrian only. It is one of those cities that is one public space connected to another.) It was so beautiful and old! And everything is open and free or really cheap to visit.
Lastly, we made the hike to Notre Dame de la Garde way up on a hill. The views were breathtaking. The water and light in Marseille are intense and made everything look like a painting.
Then we set off for Avignon.
... minutes and it wasn't there. I ran up to where a bunch of SNCF (the main French train company) officials were standing and asked about my train. A man said "no train, cancelled" and then something that sounded like "8 o clock tonight". I clarified this and found out that I didn't have to buy another ticket but it meant that I would have to wait 6 hours for this train. It also meant I wouldn't arrive at the hostel until 11pm at night. But at least I knew it was very close ...