Hotel Le Delos
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- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... we enjoyed our last lunch in the dining room then reluctantly packed our bags & disembarked. Caught a taxi to out hotel, the gorgeous historic Intercontinental Marseille Hotel Dieu. Our amazing executive room had a large undercover terrace with a panoramic view over the Old Port.
Went for a long walk around the harbour, stopped for a drink to enjoy the sunset over the port, then ordered a dinner of mussels before walking back uphill to our ...
... it would be so easy to fence off a quarry. Silly me!
Drove to a viewpoint for Sainte-Victoire and saw the mountain and the shadows that inspired not only Cezanne, but many others. A truly majestic mountain, dominating the neighbouring countryside.
While there was so much more to see in Provence, we had run out of time. This seems to happen no matter where we are.
Hit the tollways to make some ground, randomingly ...
... class in cooking Macarons....L's favourite French dessert. The class was schedule for 5:30pm, so we went back to the hotel to enjoy some relaxation before the girls had to leave for town. We got a bit peckish by the pool, so we ordered and assortment of breads and cheeses poolside. Where we turning into full fledged Frenchies or what? The girls went back to town by taxi, while Maclean and I stayed poolside. Maclean went for a workout while ...
... and wildflowers. It reminded me of the mountains of Vermont or Montana, except, of course, in France.
We reached the village at the top and we could see mountains in every direction. As we passed the village we enjoyed a downhill as endless as the climb we had just endured. About halfway down, we stopped at a large market and got ourselves a feast. I’d been craving olives (I don’t know why), and I finally got some. I also ate what I think was ...
... young man with a gorgeous Scottish accent takes the red bus out of my hands and delivers it to the platform with alacrity. Profuse and heartfelt thanks are felt but he is off and away with a wave while I take a deep breath and get the entourage out of the traffic. There are good people in this world. I haven’t had anything to drink (let alone eat) since about 9am (it is now 8.30pm) and a large bottle of water is my priority. Sue won’t ...