Hotel Residence Grillon
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Residence Grillon Marseille
Travel Blogs from Marseille
... in Cortney. I convinced her to get up and go get some food. We found some Indian food and our waitress used her iPhone to help translate everything because she spoke no English. I think that's probably one of the major differences here. Pretty much everywhere we have been, English is everyone's second language and is an automatic default. That's not the case in Marseille. I've found very few people who speak English at all. It's very interesting and leads to a lot of ...
... 8220;undesirables”, and third as an interment camp for Jews being deported to Auschwitz via Drancy. It is also known as the “camp of artists” due to the number and diversity of artworks produced by the interned; more than 400 pieces were created here by the likes of Max Ernst, Hans Bellmer, and Lion Feuchtwanger as a way to channel their creativity to resist the persecution and dehumanization to ...
Charlene ended up saying dessert? And we said no, but then I jokingly said
PANCAKES! And what do you know? About 10 minutes later she comes out of the kitchen
with a Tupperware of pancakes that must have been left over from that morning or
the morning before. It was a good moment. Oh, and not only were there pancakes,
but she also brought out maple syrup. Was I ever spoiled! This is the story
behind the picture of me and Baptiste on FB with pancakes. ...
On the way to our departure point in Vancouver we stopped to visit Emily in Salmon Arm and Marilyn (an old cohousing friend) in White Rock. Emily and her beau Benton (See picture) just bought their first house in Salmon Arm.
We haven't seen Marilyn for quite a few years so it was great to catch up with her again. She continues to do her art and they have created a wonderful home for themselves in White Rock. They have a sweet story of how ...
... best cafe, baguette, croissante and jus d'orange. While the kids slept and relaxed in the room - they were Europed-out! - we discovered Notre Dame de la garde, the museum and the major cathedral. There was a Sunday morning market with stall upon stall. I probably should have known that savon (soap) was important to the region but I didn't. Our last grand adventure was ...