Adagio Marseille Vieux Port
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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France is super different from the other places I've been in Europe. I mean, everywhere is different, but they all have certain similarities that let you know you are in Europe. I don't really know how to explain it, but it's just different here. Don't worry though, different is not bad. Marseille is a very cool and unique place. There are no tourists here. Well... No English speaking tourists. The other tourists I have bumped into have been overwhelmingly older ...
... were subjected. 10,000 people of 38 different nationalities were interned here and over 2,000 Jews were deported from here to Auschwitz. It is the only major internment and deportation camp in France that is still intact and open to the public.
We were fortunate enough to have a wonderful guide who explained a lot of things that weren’t written down. It was very sobering to walk through these spaces ...
... instead to take a short hike to the top of the gardens situated at one end of town to take in the views.
Our hotel recommended that we take the elevator up to the top to get a real birds-eye view of Nice and then take a nice leisurely stroll back down to the bottom. That sounded like a great idea so as we got close we followed the signs for what we thought was “Elevator” in French and quickly found ourselves heading down a fairly narrow ...
... than they do today. In some cases we were touching stone walls or bridges up to 2000 years old. AWESOME!!! It makes you wonder if the bridges we build today will be here in 2000 years.
We were lucky enough to be in some of these villages during their farmers' or artisan markets. These were very well attended happenings with a plethora of seasonal produce and prepared food products. One market was an artisan's market which had unique and ...
... we finished, so we went to this patisserie next door. We ordered two mint teas, but they weren’t serving it until next week (maybe because of Ramadan?). We bought four pastries that I can’t adequately describe (see the picture). The man asked where we were from, if we were American. He told us he had gone to Canada. When we left, I wanted a picture of the patisserie so he posed for me. He also gave me his card.