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... in the mid-19th century to celebrate the Marseille Canal which links the Mediterranean to the Rhone. The Palais de Longchamp houses the Art Gallery and Museum. We visited the Art Gallery but thought their collection was rather “modest” - the Louvre probably has all the best works! We were glad we went though - it was worth the 40mins up-hill walk (and back) just to see the building!
We enjoyed our stay in Marseille ...
... powers and so far we have found free parking on the street. Let's see if
The city is charming and is the home of Cezanne's art studio. If we lean out of the window
we can see Mount Victoire which plays a big part in many of Cezanne's paintings.
The city is also known for having wonderful markets most days of the week.
... at the top, with our own million dollar view. Walked back and went to the western side castle which is a Musee now. Great architecture & old and new marriage of stone, steel, and concrete quite spectacular. Then after beers, as it was 4pm, took the little train tour to areas we could no longer walk to. Sussed out the local restaurants for some options for dinner. Returned ...
... a small section where a handful of blackjack games were taking place but the real action takes place behind yet another velvet rope in the “Private Salons” where the real high stakes action probably happens. I say probably because even at 2pm it was coat and tie required or members only so we were not able to check out that part of the casino. After taking a quick spin through and day dreaming a bit about what the place would look like at 11pm on a ...
The houses built along the coast looked like they were built one on top of the other right up the hill. The water was sparkling and the day was beautiful. We noted that the architecture seemed simpler than Spain’s and several buildings were built in the late 40’s to replace the buildings destroyed during the end of WW II. They were really plain.
We finally headed up the hill to Notre –Dame de la Garde ...