" travel broadens the mind, say... /I can't even tell you what state it puts the suitcases. "Coluche was right : traveling this fatigue. Having accumulated too many miles, we decided to put our luggage in a city where life is good : Marseille. Let's face it, however, that live in the phocean city is not easy. Marseille, the popular, has energy to spare. Its inhabitants do not have eyes for it, defending it fervently.
Upon arrival at the Saint-Charles railway station, the panorama dazzles us : there is a far the Good Mother that watches over the city ; the sea heralds the wide. You descend the grand staircase and landed on the Canebiere, this long street that never ends and that brings us to the Old Port. "If Paris had la Canebiere, Paris would be a little Marseille ", wrote Alexandre Dumas in The Count of Monte Cristo – you can visit the castle d'if, where Edmond Dantès would have stayed. It crosses over to street vendors and dozens of shirts of the MW per square meter.
All of our episodes you can find on the official page of "Songs on my funny city"
Sacred Marseille ! Rebellious city, and authentic as our friends the singers have much celebrated. For this last trip géographico-music, we have invited El Matador, Michel Sardou, Patrick Fiori, Charles Aznavour, mirror cabinet and Germaine Roger. And it is in Marseille, as our podcast goes into sleep.p>
The soundtrack, which fears dégun together, also on Spotify :
"Summer in the City" – The Lovin' Spoonful
" Marseille " El Matador
" The Son of Ferdinand " Michel Sardou
" Rendez-vous in Marseille " – Massilia Sound System
" All around the cornice, " – mirror cabinet and Germaine Roger
" Marseille " – Patrick Fiori & Jacques Veneruso
" Allez Vai Marseille " – Charles Aznavour
Generic Plus belle la vie
From - Julien Clerc
See our file : to Be confined, without getting bored