Hostellerie la Cremaillere

4, rue Tony Garnier, Marseille, Provence, 13470, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Marseille

Aix en Provence

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

5

Cobbled streets lined with chairs and tables, terracotta rendered houses, pink and blue shutters and yes even geraniums growing in planter boxes. Aix en Provence is exactly as you would imagine a town in the south of France to look. When we arrived yesterday we went straight to the tourist bureau. We have booked into some awesome sounding bus tours of the region ... I'll let you know about them in the coming days! It was also the end of a ...

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

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2

... pretty pervasive. In other words, you can't un smell some things! We still didn't really know what it was but we thought it was probably offal of some kind. It was still meat like, but something just wasn't right. Mr S said it reminded him of the smell coming from some of the boats in the harbour that we had passed during the day. The smell was coming from their heads (toilets) so you can imagine what he was thinking every time he put a piece ...

Bonne journee

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

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5

... beautiful or as spectacular as I thought they would be given the write up - the walk to the view was well worth it.

The walk went up a steep path along side a calanques (not sure which one!). We could now clearly see what these muddy looking cliffs were made from. Lots of rocks of various sizes make up the imposing structure. I assume that the Calanques closer to Cassis and Marseille ...

Fortuitous

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

2
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... majestic Calanques looking down at us (apparently named MUGEL and FIGUEROLLES). A Calanques is a 'steep-walled inlet' or in other words a huge cliff! The ones looking over la ciotat seem to be made of mud but I think they are actually a dark limestone. We jumped on a boat tour and went from La Ciotat to Marseille. It took about 2 and a half hours. One of those I enjoyed looking at the cliffs and cute little beach inlets. The ...

Marseille, the Detroit of France?

A travel blog entry by halleyc

9

... I’ve ever seen in my life. From there, it’s mostly hills in either direction. At the top of one hill is Notre Dame De La Garde, a huge church that you can see from almost anywhere in town. I wanted to go up to it, and walked and walked up the hilly streets. Then came the steep stairs, and I decided to admire it from below. I later found out that I could have taken a bus to it for 1 euro. I would have still had ...

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This hotel, located in the 10éme Arrondissement area of Marseille, is near Place de Lenche, Auchan St-Loup, Rue de Rome, and Cinq Avenue de Longchamp Park.
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