Adagio Access Marseille Prado Perier
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Near San Charles Railway. Good apartment, well to 4 persons. Sundays the reception is close between 12:00 and 14:00.
Good place to stay. Marseille is razoably known in one day.
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We are settled in our cute apartment and after another sleep in we arose at 9am to face another day. I have not previously mentioned the weather, it has been nothing other than beautiful ,just like Spring days in Sydney. Ken sitting outside on balcony enjoying a glass of wine at 5.30 in tee shirt. We have been truly blessed with sunny days and no wind at this stage. We enjoyed a coffee and croissant for breakfast and set off again for a full day of walking Around ...
Our tour guide is Marie, and our fellow tourists are a couple from Toronto. We start our tour at the old port. This looks very familiar. We soon realise that this is where we spent half an hour driving around in circles listening to inane instructions from our GPS. Marie tells us that Marseille was founded by Greek sailors. It was a key location from which refugees tried to leave Europe during World War Two. The Nazis found it very difficult to find ...
... of the distribution site where all of the packages were checked and distributed to the truck. I found it interesting to hear about the specific codes and regulations a package needed to be checked off of before leaving the facility. Later that night, Mike, Vivian, Melissa and I ate at Bistro Regent Grill. I ordered the duck special, which I was surprised to like. I had never tried duck before and was not sure what it could have been compared to.
... hotel and overlooking the water was this tiny little tapas restaurant with no sign out front and chalk board menus. We managed to make it just in time to be seated and take in one of the most amazing sunsets we have seen on the trip! The couple of guys working at the restaurant were very helpful and between our limited French vocabulary and his few words of English we were able to piece together a wonderful meal.
The next morning we hit the road bright ...
... is just another word for tapas apparently) and killed a couple of hours at the beach. Laura and I discovered a favourite pastime of the Europeans at the beach - bat tennis. They just have a squash ball and two bats ... And you just hit it to each other. Nobody wins. You don't even need to count. I got sand rash from all the diving around and there were some older ladies giggling at us as we were obviously far too competitive and serious for Europe. ...