By Ferne Arfin

ISBN-10: 1588435512

ISBN-13: 9781588435514

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A Grande Aïoli, sometimes served as a celebration meal for a whole town, can include boiled potatoes and carrots, tomatoes, salt cod, shellfish, shrimp, langoustines, artichokes, cauliflower, boiled eggs, dry sausages, green beans, grilled sardines, all served with huge bowls of glistening aïoli. n Pistou – a basil, garlic and parmesan paste (similar to pesto but without the pine nuts) served with vegetable soup. Boulangeries, Patisseries & Tea Shops n n n n n n n n n n 19 Soupe de poisson – a pungent soup made from several kinds of fish, including the Mediterranean rascasse, and served with rouille (pronounced roo-EEE), a fiery, saffron-colored mayonnaise.

For emergencies, the details of a local, after-hours pharmacy (pharmacie de garde), and doctor (médecin) are posted on pharmacy windows. Mail Blue and yellow French mail boxes are easy to spot in town centers or in the outer walls of post offices (indicated by the words La Poste in blue and yellow). Stamps can be purchased from machines or from bar tabacs. The mail service is comparable to North American and UK services, with letters taking from one to five days to reach overseas addresses. Telephones You need a pre-paid card, called a télécarte, for all French pay phones.

08 10 31 41 59 MasterCard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . % 08 00 90 13 87 VISA global assistance . . . . . . . . . . ). Banks are usually open between 9 am and 4 pm, closing from noon to 2 pm for lunch. Some are closed on Mondays and some close at noon the day before a legal holiday. n Post Offices: Most post offices have ATMs (called DABs, for distributeurs automatiques de billets, in France) with round-the-clock service. During office hours (8 am to 5 pm) bureau de change and travelers’ check cashing facilities are available.

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Adventure guide to Provence & the Côte d'Azur by Ferne Arfin

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