Hotel Première Classe Marseille Ouest - Martigues
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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Awaking each morning to tea and toast etc. served to our room whenever we desire (6:30 for me) and having it on the balcony as the ship comes in to the next port is an unforgettable experience. This we did again today as we arrived at Marseilles - La Joliette. The view is stunning and we later enjoyed it more as we had 'proper breakfast' on the Terrace upstairs with John and Melinda. Then off on our meanderings into Marseille. After a good ...
Another Saturday, another market day! I love the big market days...
Jan and I made dinner reservations at a highly recommended restaurant for this evening and invited all our friends from Aix, and I suggested a small cocktail party beforehand since the restaurant was close by our apartment. We thought we had figured out the refrigerator situation- (very long story) so we were pretty ...
Early start today as tour of the Camargue today. Eight o'clock on the bus. The carmargue is a national park. It has marshland, lake and wasteland. It is beautiful with lots of wildlife. We saw white horses, Spanish bulls, Camargue bulls, white stalks, herons, great egrets, little egrets, pheasant, swallows, flamingos, ducks, gulls and camerans (shags). We found a patisserie and nougat shop as well as dipping our feet ...
... full car insurance is well worth the money. After getting stuck in a tiny street in the pouring rain, we (I) managed to scrape the side of the car on some low stone steps that jumped out from no where. Luckily all covered by insurance. We then proceeded to a wine cellar and did a bit of wine tasting, something to calm the nerves.
After wine tasting we continued south to Avignon. This is a beautiful small town, the old city is still surrounded by ...
... by King Francis I of France in order to defend Marseille’s port. It was later on converted into a prison however where it gained its horrific reputation. Its international fame however would be launched from its appearance in the Count of Monte Cristo. Juliana and I spent the morning exploring the dungeons of the castle – which I must admit does not look like a very fun place to spend a considerable amount of time. With the castle thoroughly explored we ...