Alliance Hotel Marseille Centre
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... looking at all the different kinds of things we could buy. Tonight is the first night we get to cook since we have been in France. We found some gluten free pasta so we are having that! I was tempted to buy duck from a gourmet canard shop. From what I could tell it pretty much just sold duck and duck related products! But I don't cook duck regularly at home, so I figured it probably wasn't best to try something new in a small and fairly basic ...
... Not the greatest meal I've ever had, but not too bad. We still weren't sure what Mr S's was ... It was a piece of meat with the same veggies and fries but much lighter in colour. He cut a piece off and ate it ... Ok ... I had a bit, but first sniffed it. OK pretty porky smell - so we knew it was pig. I made a joke about it being wild boar - Mr S loves Astrix and Oblix so thought that might make him feel better. But once you have smelled that smell ...
... a few beaches along the way and we stopped for another coffee for Mr S and a tea for me. The tea was awesome - it is so hard to get tea here when you want black tea with milk (rather than earl grey taken black). However Mr S's cappuccino was a sight - espresso topped with whipped cream from a can!! Tasted alright but was not what we were expecting.
While the gardens themselves were ...
... shutters and ridiculously huge yachts and you would be pretty right. The hotel is a cute European B and B style one bedroom. Keys collected from a local restaurant and only one flight of stairs to our room. Double glazing masks most noise from the street and we both sleep the night through! Waking up we look down at the street and here is the view from our room! Welcome to France!! A quick walk to the harbour for breakfast and we ...
... a couple that said the shore excursions person on our boat equated Marseille as being the Detroit of France. While I agree that it’s a bit more run down and industrial, it’s certainly not Detroit. I'm not convinced that lady has ever even been to Detroit. It’s actually the oldest city in France and very beautiful in the city center.
In the middle of town, there’s a huge harbor with more ...
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