Campanile Marseille Est - La Penne

Actiparc II Chemin de Saint Lambert, La Penne-sur-Huveaune, Provence, 13821, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Actiparc II Chemin de Saint Lambert, La Penne-sur-Huveaune, is near Boat Tour of Calanques, 3 Palmes (Les), L' Hotel de Ville, and Golf de Marseille Salette.
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    Travel Blogs from La Penne-sur-Huveaune

    Tour day 6!

    A travel blog entry by ngbaoyi on Aug 11, 2014

    ... dumplings (饺子) and some chicken rice called 鸡排饭 (not the fried chicken kind u find in Singapore haha), and the food is REALLY GOOD (good enough to satisfy my cravings hahaha). The shop was playing jay Chou music which makes me feel so at home!!! And we were also told that food shops in marseille closes at 2pm or 230pm after lunch and reopens at night. We were so lucky that we reached about 205pm and the shop owner reluctantly let us dine, ...

    Quiet day in Toulon

    A travel blog entry by richkate on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... boast some of Europe's best rugby players the stadium, whilst in a prime site on the harbour, is very underwhelming. We saw it as we docked and didn't realise it was their home ground until we walked past it. I doubt it holds more than 15000 people and most uncovered. However their merchandise shop was pretty impressive haha. Toulon is a small city but quite impressive with the hills overlooking the area. Another city that was destroyed in WW2 and slowly ...

    On our way to the Cote d' Azur!

    A travel blog entry by ltessler on Jul 25, 2014

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    ... pool and most importantly parking and location. It had all the things listed, including a pool, however, the place felt like a prison, highly institutional, cold and metallic and not so new. We should have left right then and there walked out but we were tired and hungry and ready to stop. Nessie was a trooper, and while it was an efficient place, it ...

    Marseilles or somewhere like it (and no photos)

    A travel blog entry by runewoodman on Jul 04, 2014

    ... br> The day before arriving in Toulon, Steven and I did some research on the port (obviously we started at the ship's library - where they had no books available about France, but we did find some information with our limited internet availability) and consulted a map that showed us where the port was in relation to the city.

    Toulon appeared to be an interesting city, only a short walk from the ship and with brilliant shopping prospects (especially ...

    Les Baux de Provence and Carrieres de Lumieres

    A travel blog entry by storiastone on Aug 11, 2013

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    ... m glad to have met them, altogether they're very different from the people I normally spend my time with. But I suppose someone like me would do well to have people like them part of my life. Hopefully I will see them again. They offered me free stay in their flat in central London if I ever come visit, so I think I will take them up on that offer as well. I'm happy they took me to the countryside because those cute villages are generally very isolated ...