Kyriad Marseille Rabatau
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... hill to the church. The views from the top were magnificent but we thought the church was overly ornate – just like Sacre Coeur and the Basilica in Lyon. We decided to walk down from the church which turned out to be a very steep walk – we were relieved we hadn’t attempted to walk up there!
We visited the Cathedral built in the late 19th century to replace the old cathedral which the city had outgrown. We saw the ...
... 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.
Arrived to a dead & black alley; awoke to a market-place. It was Saturday morning after all. Found the local map with 3 historic walking trails, and as the old town is tiny, did two of them; and included the hike up to Notre Dame de la Garde. Via the amazing fortress protecting the eastern side of the port. Views down were great, though the light a little bright. Had a ...
... two years of his life so not only is it where he painted some of his most famous pieces but also where he ended up passing away in 1890.
After a quick lunch we adjusted our route and headed for another Roman sight, the Pont du Gard aqueduct. An incredible feat of engineering, it was truly impressive to see such a massive structure that is so old and still almost completely intact. We learned as part of the reading material available along the walk that a ...
... along the coast to the small town of Cassis, famous for its calanques (small fjord-like formations that run inland from the sea, surrounded by steep cliffs), and beautiful port area. The view from the cliffs just to the southeast of town is extraordinary, as we look back into the town and the port, and can also see the sheer cliffs that line the coast, as we look back toward Marseille. The colors of the water are so bright and vibrant the we take lots ...