Adagio Marseille Vieux Port
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- 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 ...
... filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, cured meats, spices, seafood, nougat, and Savon de Marseille (the famous Provencal soaps). We stocked up with medjool dates, grapes, bananas, and nougat for the road before settling on a café for lunch.
Again, since we planned on the rain, we had picked out an indoor place to spend the afternoon – the Camp des Milles. This was just a short drive from the old city ...
... of the reason it is in such great shape is because after the fall of the Roman empire it was still used as an important toll bridge for access to Southern France so while other Roman structures fell into disrepair, the Pont du Gard was very well taken care of.
Our final stop for the day was at the walled medieval city of Carcassonne. After checking into the hotel we decided to venture out just before dusk to talk the town quickly and then find someplace ...
... with Maria-Lynn's long time friend Diana who lives in Vancouver. Diana picked us up at the airport and drove us to a cabin in the country that she had rented for us to share for a few days in the south of France, Cucuron.
She was finishing off a month in Europe on her trip as we were starting ours, and because she had lived in France for 10 years, she knew all kinds of great places to see including along the Mediterranean Cote D'Azur. Jet lag loomed ...
... The wind is beginning to gust over 25 mph, which will make a boat journey to see the calanques a bit on the umpleasant side.
Heading down into town we have a great long lunch at a beautiful port-side restaurant, Le Girou, and our parents savor the experience of dining at a very nice restaurant along the French Riviera. We check on the boat tours to the calanques, but they recommend we don’t take the tour today, as the sea is too rough. So, ...