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... rebuildings etc typical of most of the old religious buildings in France. The Abbey Church is very simple, very majestic and, thanks to the lovely stained-glass windows and interior lighting, was quite atmospheric. We liked it.
The tourist information suggested a visit to Les Four des Navettes which is the oldest bakery in Marseille (1781) and is famous for its navette biscuits. According to legend, these long, oval biscuits represent ...
Our apartment is in the middle of the old part of the city. We are on the 4th floor of a small
walk-up apartment building. There are 86 steps up to our apartment and another 12 if we
want to take a shower. That will keep us in shape, the good news.
Parking is impossible and the price for a parking space is outrageous so I have been using
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 ...
... 8217;s a real shame. I left my stuff and headed out to check out Notre Dame de la Garde, since I missed it last time I was in Marseille.
It was a heck of a walk to get up there, but well worth it. The church itself was very impressive, but the view was even more amazing. You could see around the whole city, down onto the Old Port, out to the train station, and to the islands off the coast. It was really pretty, and a good ...
From Nice the next day, we spent two night in Marseilles, France's biggest city and designated by the European Union as the 2013 European Cultural Capital, so there is always something going on. The city is a port city, but feels more like a thriving urban destination than some of the dingy port cities we've encountered. Our hostel wasn't located far from the train station and was located in a very multicultural area of town but only a short ten minute walk from the ...