Hotel du Coq

26, rue du Coq, Marseille, Provence, 13001, France | Hotel
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Aix en Provence

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

5

... Dinner doesn't really start till 8 or 9 at night so you don't get home and to bed till 11ish - or later if there is music etc to listen to. And then it all starts again the next day! This kind of life reminds me of my brother Nathan. All we seem to do is shop for food, cook and eat it and then shop for food again for dinner. Nath is well known for discussing lunch at the breakfast table and then shopping separately for each meal. It is such ...

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

2
2

... outside the room and grab everything we have needed. The downside? Well just outside our door is a little bar - no worries you see it as we walk in or out. But above our door is our bathroom! That means that the bathroom window looks straight down to the bar below. All a bit disconcerting when you get up in the morning and they are arranging the tables and chairs! We made sure to pretty much keep the windows and curtains closed the whole time we were ...

Bonne journee

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

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5

... beautiful or as spectacular as I thought they would be given the write up - the walk to the view was well worth it.

The walk went up a steep path along side a calanques (not sure which one!). We could now clearly see what these muddy looking cliffs were made from. Lots of rocks of various sizes make up the imposing structure. I assume that the Calanques closer to Cassis and Marseille ...

Fortuitous

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

2
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... majestic Calanques looking down at us (apparently named MUGEL and FIGUEROLLES). A Calanques is a 'steep-walled inlet' or in other words a huge cliff! The ones looking over la ciotat seem to be made of mud but I think they are actually a dark limestone. We jumped on a boat tour and went from La Ciotat to Marseille. It took about 2 and a half hours. One of those I enjoyed looking at the cliffs and cute little beach inlets. The ...

Recent adventures

A travel blog entry by rschauger

10

... and trees instead of taking the winding path down the calanques, it was completely worth it once we got there. It was also a great workout, which I really need because of all of the croissants and baguettes I've been eating. I do not understand how these French people eat so much bread and cheese but are still so skinny. I've attached some pictures from the calanques for ...

Location

This hotel, located in the 1er Arrondissement area of Marseille, is near Ferry Boat, Musee des Beaux-Arts, Musee Grobet-Labadie, and Centre Bourse.
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