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- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAzur Hotel Marseille
Booked hotel because said free wifi, turned out they did not have wifi. Seemed a little shady as would work for a minute then not work at all, just teased us into staying a second night.
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... in south of France, it's 30 degrees. We caught a shuttle to the township.
The buildings are very French! Its gorgeous. We have found a nice air conditioned shopping centre and had a fun time.
Katie had an early morning swim and had the pool to herself!
so far so good.
After another morning docking at the port of Toulon, we embarked on a tour of Toulon, Marselle and on to Aix-en-Provence. Marselle was the birthplace of the French Revolution and we visited some of the historic sites from that time. A massive harbour, as is also Toulon that is the residence of the French fleet. We wandered around the township of Provence and the arcades, settling on a cafe for lunch. Patisseries ...
... welcome sight, I got in and cooled off. Dinner was just a simple buffet they had set up, then early to bed after a few wines and some Cointreau. Did not see anything of Marseilles itself except very dry wasteland and pretty weeds.
From Robyn ...
... castle high on a cliff overlooking it. Marseille is the 3rd largest city in France and felt like a mini Paris. There were markets everywhere and the city had a good vibe. We passed the soccer stadium which was very impressive and were soon passing vineyards and fields. We began to rise and were soon on a road going around the cliffs to Cassis. Emma was on the side looking at a sheer drop of about 500 metres and did not flinch (well she had already climbed a mountain). The views ...
... town in Provence was constantly punctuated by stops to capture the light upon the old stone, or to place me there, no, maybe a little to the right, in some narrow winding alley. Ah, so that's what it's like to suffer from perambulus interruptus!
But I'm not complaining. For Avril does see colour and shadow in ways I have not. To see through her photographer's eye, often with features pointed out and explained to me, is to experience an art tour of Europe ...