Ibis Budget Marseille Vieux Port
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... could chill. After we got back we drove 5min down the road to a spectacular part of the coast called Parc du mugel. Some amazing ocean colour, sheer cliffs and views of the town. Dinner was great as our view from the apartment was gorgeous so we sat, ate and soaked it up. We left the next day for Beaulieu-sur-Mer (near ...
... a thai restaurant close to the hotel. It was such a cute restaurant, very authentic. The server was Thai as well as his wife who was the chef. It was only the two of them. He was extremely friendly. He barely spoke English but made an honest attempt at giving us a good thai experience. He recommended dishes, and quiet frankly they were delicious.
We were all so tired from the early morning, so we just did a walking lap to let our food settle before bed.
We got up early this day to have a quick breakfast at our hotel and then catch a train to Marseille. We then took a tour bus to visit the Port de Fos or the Port of Marseille where we got a good presentation on the operations and future intentions of the port despite it being a little difficult with the substitute tour guide. Still being able to translate we got a good presentation with a large floor/table map of the port ...
... 8221; and this time it was a bit refreshing to see more average sized vessels stationed right in the center of town. The number of boats that they keep in that harbor is very impressive, definitely not someplace you would want to take a first time driver. We spent the rest of the day exploring the old town including a nice brisk hike to the top of a garden that gave us a great view of some of the walled parts of the city. The weather was absolutely beautiful and in ...
... town like Marseille (1.2 million people).
Jacques tells us that the city is now about 40% immigrants (meaning mostly Muslim immigrants from places like Algeria and Tunisia), and there is a lot of crime and unsafe neighborhoods in the northern parts of the city. It is very sad to see the enormous amounts of graffiti that deface the walls and sides of buildings along the freeways and major roads throughout the city. Obviously, the French police have ...