The journey in third class had been more enjoyable, despite the noise and animal smells, than the time I had spent in ... When we reached Sorgues, the conductor accompanied me to the omnibus train travelling to Marseilles and told the ...
Author: Belinda Alexandra
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
An epic new novel as memorable as the scent of lavender, from one of Australia's most compelling storytellers 'Nothing is wasted, Simone. the love we give never dies.' At fourteen, Simone Fleurier is wrenched from her home on a Provencal lavender farm and sent to work in Marseille. Her life there is hard and impoverished, but Simone discovers the music hall and a dream: to one day be a famous dancer and singer. But when war threatens, Simone makes a decision that will lead to great danger - yet ultimately prove that love, just like wild lavender, can grow in the least likely of places ... Belinda Alexandra has created a tale of passion and courage that moves from the backstreets of Marseille to the grand music theatres of Paris, from the countryside of Provence to decadent pre-war Berlin and jazz-age New York. Wild Lavender is a feast for the senses that will live on in the imagination long after the book is closed. PRAISE FOR WILD LAVENDER: 'Filled with glamour, heartbreak, drama and suspense' The Age 'Rich in detail, and the story fairly rattles along' Choice magazine
In Marseille. The thought gave me butterflies. A new adventure, new possibilities. I'd never before felt so alive as I did on this trip. So alive and open to new things. Minna and I stepped out of the railway station in Marseille and ...
Author: Barbara Nordström
Publisher: Lindhardt og Ringhof
Clara can't wait to go on holiday with her friend Minna. They're going to interrail in Europe, and drink rosé as they hang out by the pool at Minna's parents' house in the South of France. Unfortunately, Minna cancels last minute. Clara feels abandoned and doesn't know what to do. Should she just stay home? But the ticket is already paid for, and Clara decides to travel on her own. She'll go to Italy and France and experience Venice, Cinque Terre and Rome. It'll be a cultural and sensual trip that Clara won't soon forget. This is the fourth part of 'The Train Journey.' Barbara Nördstrøm is an erotic writer.
Journey from Paris to Dijon . At Dijon ......... Journey from Dijon to Lyons At Lyons . Journey from Lyons to Avignon .... At Avignon ..... Journey from Avignon to Marseilles ..... At Marseilles ............ Journey from Marseilles to ...
It may seem odd, though, that the Moon and the Sun are included in the seven planets depicted on the Marseilles Star while each has its own card. We can find an explanation for this repetition by again comparing the Tarot to alchemical ...
Author: Robert M. Place
This is one of the best resources for understanding the Tarot's mystical symbolism. It includes an updated history based on Place's The Tarot: History Symbolism and Divination, which "Booklist" said " may be the best book ever written on ...the tarot." This edition adds color illustrations of key works and comparative illustrations from the Renaissance, from alchemical texts, from ancient Egypt, and from occult sources. It views the Tarot as a 500-year visual conversation between artists, mystics, and occultists. The work is based on the 2010 Tarot exhibition at the LA Craft and Folk Art Museum, curated by Place, and includes the Visconti-Sforza Tarot, the 1st Italian printed deck, the oldest Tarot of Marseille, The 1st occult reference, the 1st occult Tarot, the 1st modern Tarot, the 1st New Age Tarot, and examples from popular modern decks including the Twilight Tarot, the Legacy Tarot, the Deviant Moon Tarot, the Annotated Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery, and Place's Alchemical Tarot.
Public walks of Montpellier - states of Languedoc - climate - commerce 380 XIV . History - mountain of S. Loup 387 XV . Journey to Marseilles - Lund - AiguesmortesNimes- amphitheatre temple of Dianafountain - Tourmagne 396 XVI .
Journey to Marseilles - Lund - AiguesmortesNimes -- amphitheatre - temple of Dianafountain - Tourmagne XVI . Maison Quarrée - cabinet of M. Seguier 403 XVII . History of Nimes 409 XVIII . Excursion to Arles - its history -- buildings ...
One officer used the minister's mail service to request the Foreign Office repay £17 he had borrowed from the American consulate to aid his journey to Marseilles. He need not have worried since they had already requested financial ...
Author: Sean Longden
Publisher: Hachette UK
THE TRUE STORY OF THE 41,000 BRITISH SOLDIERS WHO WERE LEFT BEHIND AFTER THE EVACUATION OF DUNKIRK, MAY 1940 'Meticulously researched, very well written and deeply moving' Andrew Roberts 'Few readers will be unmoved by Sean Longden's account' Dominic Sandbrook At 2am on the morning of the 3rd of June 1940, General Harold Alexander searched along the quayside, holding onto his megaphone and called "Is anyone there? Is anyone there?" before turning his boat back towards England. Tradition tells us that the dramatic events of the evacuation of Dunkirk, in which 300,000 BEF servicemen escaped the Nazis, was a victory gained from the jaws of defeat. For the first time, rather than telling the tale of the 300,000 who escaped, Sean Longden reveals the story of the 40,000 men sacrificed in the rearguard battles. On the beaches and sand dunes, besides the roads and amidst the ruins lay the corpses of hundreds who had not reached the boats. Elsewhere, hospitals full of the sick and wounded who had been left behind to receive treatment from the enemy's doctors. And further afield - still fighting hard alongside their French allies - was the entire 51st Highland Division, whose war had not finished as the last boats slipped away. Also scattered across the countryside were hundreds of lost and lonely soldiers. These 'evaders' had also missed the boats and were now desperately trying to make their own way home, either by walking across France or rowing across the channel. The majority, however, were now prisoners of war who were forced to walk on the death marches all the way to the camps in Germany and Poland, where they were forgotten until 1945. 'Sean Longden is a rising name in military history, and is able to uncover the missing stories of the Second World War' Guardian
The Travels of Ippolito Desideri of Pistoia, S.J., 1712-1727 Ippolito Desideri Filippo De Filippi. the stage - coach in which I had secured a ... On the voyage from Marseilles to Genoa God was pleased to deliver us from great peril .
Author: Ippolito Desideri
Publisher: Psychology Press
In Desideri's account we receive the first accurate general description of Tibet: from the eatural world to the sociological and anthropological aspects of the people and a complete exposition of Lamaism.
Journey from Roma Littorio to Marseilles Logbook 9 Date arrival Places of Departure, of intermediate landings and of Times Arrival Departure 10/5/30 Rome 12.30 Marseilles 18.30 6.00 B.F. 1.30 Total: 7.30 Date Incidents and observations ...
Author: R M Lala
Publisher: Penguin UK
Category: Literary Collections
An exhaustive and unforgettable portrait of India's greatest and most respected industrialist. Written with J.R.D. Tata's co-operation, this superb biography tells the J.R.D. story from his birth to 1993, the year in which he died in Switzerland. The book is divided into four parts: Part I deals with the early years, from J.R.D's birth in France in 1904 to his accession to the chairmanship of Tatas, India's largest industrial conglomerate, at the age of thirty-four; Part II looks at his forty-six years in Indian aviation (the lasting passion of J.R.D's life) which led to the initiation of the Indian aviation industry and its development into one of India's success stories; Part III illuminates his half-century-long stint as the outstanding personality of Indian industry; and Part IV unearths hitherto unknown details about the private man and the public figure, including glimpses of his long friendships with such people as Jawaharlal Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi and his association with celebrities in India and abroad.
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on East India CommunicationsPublish On: 1866
Vous êtes prié de reppeler en enire Calais et Marseille . marge de votre ré- Je m'empresse de vous faire connaître ... On the homeward journey the mails leave Marseilles ( if in time ) by the regular mail trains , and occupy about 27 ...
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on East India Communications