Travel Blogs from Marseilles, France

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Boats on the Med and a little Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Boats on the Med and a little Marseilles

A travel blog entry by technotrekker

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... eat/sleep/sit there. Not so good if it is an overnight journey as you're not likely to get any real sleep. Tunis to Marseilles is a 23 hour journey, with the boat travelling at maybe 20 knots (miles) per hour, so there is plenty of time to lay ...

"Tahiti! Tahiti! Tahiti!"

A travel blog entry by jr_riel

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Marseilles, France Things We Did: Walked along Port Vieux (The Old Port) and checked out the fresh fish market Walked up Le Canabiere eastward into Marseilles classic shopping district Explored little side streets and browsed through stylish ...

2 days in Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

2 days in Marseilles

A travel blog entry by jbaxter

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... decided to spend the night before here and check the town out. I was told by a French girl back in Australia to give Marseilles a miss and instead check out Aix en Provence. I now understand and agree with this advice. Marseilles isn't too bad and ...

Beizer Journey Part 5: Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Beizer Journey Part 5: Marseilles

A travel blog entry by elijahjatovsky

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Late July 1940 After rescuing the kids from the convent in Capbreton, Esther brought them back to Montpellier to meet back up with Mechel. However Esther and the kids stopped shortly in the nearby city of Mersailles and Boris remembered a particular ...

Marseille, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseille

A travel blog entry by orko

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Uzun bir yolculuktan sonra nihayet Marsilya'dayim. Fakat geldigime degdi galiba. Istasyondan kafayi uzatir uzatmaz karsima cikan manzara bu sehre bir anda kanimi isitti. Hani eski turk filmlerinde olur, adam koyden trenle Haydarpasa garina gelir, disari ...

Dodgy South, Marseilles, France travel blog

Dodgy South

A travel blog entry by laurantim

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Arret a Marseilles afin de voir mon parrain - cousin et ses 3 petits garcons. Mon cousin JL m a montre un tout autre Marseilles. J etais alle a Maresilles il y a 13 ans de ca et j avais eu une  mauvaise impression. J avais trouve la ville salle et ...

Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles

A travel blog entry by julienrl

... morning I have a tough decision, do I go back to brussels to visit Marie-Christine or do I stay in suthern france and visit avignon and Nice using Marseilles as my base camp... I go to the bathroom and the instant I open the bathroom door, it is ...

Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles

A travel blog entry by ryanlacey

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... , with just us and the tour guide. That night we took it easy, I wasn't that hungry and Eric wanted to try the famous Marseilles dish, boulibaisse which is a fish soup. It sounded good but like I said I wasn't too hungry and it was expensive, besides that ...

Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles

A travel blog entry by jeffandmarie

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... (Inspiration for the Counte of the Monte Cristo), Domaine Basilica Lady of the Guard Dinner: Le Retro ProvençalBad Canard, Marseilles Wine: De La Boissiére 2003 Unfortunately for Jeff, he ingested some bad Canard in Marseilles and became very ...

Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles

A travel blog entry by lenabena

The train to Marseille was great - fabulous way to travel through France. Again, the food was great, the harbor ...

I think I'll wear my jeans today...., Marseilles, France travel blog

I think I'll wear my jeans today....

A travel blog entry by bbcgirls

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... through Europe..I think my jeans will be standing up on end by the time we are at Paris and can do some laundry. Marseilles is absolutely one of the greatest cities. Contrary to popular belief, so far everyone has been very friendly. A lot of the ...

Avignon and Wine, Marseilles, France travel blog

Avignon and Wine

A travel blog entry by rhillaryj

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... , lunch. Lowlights: The little train ride too longer than I expected. I was worried the bus would go back to Marseilles without us!   Bernie's Daily Recap Highlights: The 4th of July celebration on deck was very touching. Lowlights: The bright ...

A day trip to Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

A day trip to Marseilles

A travel blog entry by aussiecaitlin

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We took a day trip to Marseilles which is a pretty dirty, ugly city apart from its fabulous port. We didn't feel particularly safe there, and were walking through clutching our bags so people wouldn't pick pocket. At one point we went past a big group of ...

Marseilles......meh., Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles......meh.

A travel blog entry by shanemilli

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... backpacker (read - messy/daggy) attire so we laughed at them for a while and then on to a restaurant. Our main purpose in Marseilles was to eat Bouilliabase (dad may shout if that is wrong) and that certainly was the highlight! It was a mammoth meal and ...

Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles

A travel blog entry by diamondden

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Provence, France, Marseilles, France travel blog

Provence, France

A travel blog entry by stephenchien

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Ooh la la - We are in France!, Marseilles, FRANCE, France travel blog

Ooh la la - We are in France!

A travel blog entry by ireneinmexico

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... SPAIN, Barcelona (August 3 – 6, 201)   We arrived in a new section of the Port of Marseilles.  It is France's largest port, and most important city on the French Mediterranean coast.  There are about 1.6 million people here with ...

Bouillibaise and Rugby, Marseilles, France travel blog

Bouillibaise and Rugby

A travel blog entry by teball

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... views and very interesting streets and architecture. Can't load any pics today but will when we reach Naples. Yep folks out time in France is coming to a close but it has been brilliant. There has been a LOT of food and mostly all good. In fact last ...

08.00-18.00 uur, Marseilles, Frankrijk travel blog

08.00-18.00 uur

A travel blog entry by romijnbot

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Hoi ieder een Ik heb lekker geslapen Jaap ook maar wel om 4 uur op toen al uitgeslapen Om 7uur opgestaan en naar de sportschool geweest Om 09.30 gaan ontbijten en toen lekker gedoucht de zon scheen al een pit in de grond We zijn toen een eind wezen ...

Camp Fondacio, entre cousins, Jean-Denis, Marseilles, France travel blog

Camp Fondacio, entre cousins, Jean-Denis

A travel blog entry by nathaniaburrie

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Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles

A travel blog entry by anamioka

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... to see with Sven in tow. But we decided that a day trip from La Begude would be worth it. Our first impressions of Marseilles, besides bad traffic, were rather positive. It is a large city, and not very clean. But we didn't have much trouble finding ...

Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles

A travel blog entry by karenhopp

Up early, on the bus for a long drive through Marseilles out to Casellet and Bandon. Marseilles is the second largest city of France, and the largest port of the Med. On and on we drove and then we climbed up into Provence to a medieval town. So ...

Marseilles, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseilles

A travel blog entry by cece

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Well I literally ended up on the wrong side of the tracks getting off the train in Marseilles. I went the wrong way out of the train station and I was well aware that I wanted to be out of that area as soon as possible. The problem? Didn't have a map that ...

Aix en Provence, France, Marseilles, France travel blog

Aix en Provence, France

A travel blog entry by yvonne.shimek

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... met in the Showroom at Sea and left as our number was called off. Boarded the designated bus and rode 45 minutes from port city of Marseilles to Aix en Provence. I kind of dozed off on the bus as it wasn't very interesting and I didn't sleep much. We got ...

Marseille, Marseilles, France travel blog

Marseille

A travel blog entry by ansbasson

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On our second day we visited Marseilles and did a guided bus tour of the ...

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