topics: cassoulet (food), langue d'oc versus langue d'oïl, Association DIA, Marseille, history; jump to dispatch
|At 6:00 PM|
June 5, 1998
|Sunrise (local): 6:00 a.m.|
Sunset (local): 9:14 p.m.
|Traveled Since Last Dispatch|
0 mi / 0 km
5560 mi / 8953 km
|Lat: 43° 18' 05" N|
Lon: 5° 22' 15" E
Elev: 128 ft / 39 m
- Where We Are: Marseille
- Where We're Staying: Florence's BikeAbout home-away-from-home
- Places We Visited: DIA offices, Centre Régional Information Jeunesse, Marseille (Panier), Transition Open House
- Featured Site: Association DIA (Dialogues and Initiatives)
- Person of the Day: DIA headquarters staff - Eric A., Fatma, Fabrice, Stéphane, Jean-Yves, Eric M., and others we have not had the pleasure of meeting
- What We Ate:
- Food of the Day: cassoulet
- Breakfast: none
- Lunch: more sandwiches from down the street
- Dinner: self-serve buffet with a selection of meats, raw vegetables, cheese and some pizza
- Olive count: 2295
- Word of the Day: "Merci" means "thank you" in French. It is one of the most commonly used words, especially for us, since we have been so thankful for everyone's support and help everywhere we go.
- Tech Fact of the Day: langue d'oc and langue d'oïl
- Flat Count (Cumulative): 37
- Broken Spoke Count (Cumulative): 32
Next Stop: the Bouche du Rhône
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