Travel to Salon-de-Provence, Where
Travel to Salon-de-Provence, Where Nostradamus Lived and Died FranceToday.comSalon-de-Provence isn't a major tourist destination. The high-speed TGV snubs the historic town and the cars rushing to the coast have no time for it.
Posted on 15 December 2015 | 12:00 am
36 Hours In... Aix-en-Provence -
36 Hours In... Aix-en-Provence Telegraph.co.ukWith the launch of a new, direct Eurostar *service*, visiting Aix-en-Provence - a city of jolly gardens, grand squares and intellectuals - is easier than ever, says ...
Posted on 14 October 2015 | 12:00 am
The best of Provence - The Guardian
The best of Provence The GuardianIt's France's poster region for l'art de vivre - but where do you start? Here's our insider pick of the best places to stay, eat and visit in its cities and picturesque ...
Posted on 7 May 2014 | 12:00 am
Resolved Question: Why is it so hard to find
I am 48 and a little "quirky". For example, I don't like hair on certain parts of my body. Of course, these parts are hard or impossible to reach.
For almost 10 years, I had the same young lady services me three times a year. This is the routine; she bathes me from head to toe. She wore a bikini bottom and sometimes a top. She had a really nice steam shower. She'd scrub me with a natural sponge and nice Pré de Provence Soap from France. It is wonderful in lavender. She'd use a little bar and then send me home with a few regular bars.
I have to stress here strongly, there is no sex act involved in this whole process. she was NOT a whore! After I was cleaned and dried, I'd get a massage. Then came the important part. With my Wahl clipper, gently trip my sack, between my cheeks and my back with the #1/2 guide. Around my shaft, in the April and October trim, use a #3. For the July trim, use the #1 or 1/2.
Apply after shave lotion, then powder and that's it.
I love being really clean and groomed. No salon will do this. My wife will not either. My wife knew this young lady cleaned me up three times a year for about 10 years. Didn't bother her. There was NO SEX ACT!
My young lady friend moved away last December. I have no one to scrub me, but I can handle that. I can find a new masseuse. I can't find anyone to trim my unreachables! Come one, I was just thoroughly scrubbed. Is what I want that gross? I don't want a dude to do this. You will have to touch my privates. I have a female doctor. She checks me for a hernia every year. She has checked my colon more than a few times. I have no problem with a woman doing that. A man, no way. Its not sexual. I feel my delicates will be handled more respectfully by a woman. A man may be too rough. I an tender and bruise easily.
Seriously, what is wrong with this? waxing? that would hurt. not only am I delicate, but hairy too.
Posted on 7 April 2013 | 12:50 pm
Resolved Question: Translate english to
Can someone please trannslate the english stuff to french? Thanks!
Je vais vous présenter ma rue, ”Rue du soleil”. La rue dans la région de Provence, et il y a environ cent d’habitants. C’est une rue touristique, (most known for it’s) belle l’église. Il n’y a pas beaucoup de boutiques, mais il a beaucoup de restaurants agréablement. (It doesn’t live many children or teens there, so) la ville il n’y a pas mcdonalds ou le cinéma.
«Rue du soleil» (got it’s name because it almost never rain there. In the middle of the city, there also is a small fish pond where the sun shines extra brigth. This fish pond is called « The Shining fishes ». Restaurant Pierre is one of France’ most famous restaurants, known for having 3 michelin stars. The city is catholic, although the younger generations have started exploring having other religions, or no religion at all.
La boulangerie est à côté de le coiffeur et tout droit est le boucher. Dans le parc il y a (playground for the children) et une fontaine. The lake starts just above the hotel. The school has big space for the children to play, and also a fotball field.
Posted on 7 January 2013 | 5:00 am
Resolved Question: Cities to stay in when
Next summer I am visiting France with my school and need to pick out destinations. We were given a list of cities to choose from, but I don't know much on any of them except Paris. If someone could give me some info about what the community of each is like, tourist attractions (if there are any), life in general, and any other random information that would be really helpful.
The cities are:
Thanks a bunch! :)
Posted on 8 June 2011 | 2:40 pm
Resolved Question: Best way from Paris to
We have accommodation for us in a town between Salan-de-Provence and Aix-en-Provence, South of France. We will be departing Paris on 28/7/11. What will be the best/easiest/cheapest/nicest way to travel from Paris? should we catch the train or fly to Marseille or should we catch the train or fly to Nice?
once we get to ether Marseille or Nice we will be hiring a car and driving to our accommodation between Aix and Salon.
how long does it take to travel by train to Marseille from Paris and how long does it take by train to Nice from Paris?
the town we are staying in is apparently a 30minute drive from Aix. how long would it take to drive from Marseille and how long does it take to drive from nice?
We want to hire a car because we do want to check out a few towns south of france while we are there, nice included as one of them.
Posted on 27 March 2011 | 6:17 pm
Resolved Question: What was Nostradamus's
What was his childhood like? What was life like in the 16th century? Who were some of the famous people living when he did? What contributions did he make did he make during his life? Why is he important to us today? What obstacles did he overcome? What strategies made him successful?
Posted on 20 December 2010 | 1:14 am