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... beautiful natural beaches! We had a narrated bus tour through the city of Toulon on our way back. Toulon is France's military port that guards from the Mediterranean Sea. The color of the water on the sea was a crystal blue. The sight was absolutely priceless. Driving through the beautiful seaside town of Sanary was also picturesque. Jacques Cousteau once lived there and his son still ...
... a great time although it was very hot and the sun glare was unpleasant....but better than winter in Melbourne.
On the way home, the trusty navigator routed us through Salon de Provence. I was sure we'd been there before but no...well worth the stop, although their version of iced coffee was very odd and had a big swig of almond syrup ...yuck.
Boris and Marg had volunteered to be cook dinner. They had done shopping at the markets before we headed out ...
4. The experiment was taken a step further when it became obvious that Rick and Beth needed to fully demonstrate that they had understood the Cooking Class. It was a tense evening but they were successful in Aix Kitchen Rules and secured an invite to our next trip
5. We ...
You may have heard me rave about Carriere du Lumiere...it's absolutely fabulous. An old underground quarry with lots of projectors. Great art, great music. V hard to explain, as I said yesterday, it's like trying to explain Cirque de Soleile.
This time I tried sitting the camera on a wall and taking multiple shots...sort of worked except for people standing in front of ...
Arrived in Marseille mid morning, France's oldest city. Known to be a bit rough round the edges, but apparently that's what makes it a very enduring place. We were mainly interested in seeing their famous old Port, Vieux Port which is a kilometre long on either side. The great bastion fort of St-Jean and St-Nicolas, which always had their ...
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