Ibis Marseille Bonneveine Route des Calanques
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... we wanted to see the Mediterranean, so we decided to go anyway, thinking it would just be an interesting time-killer. The boat ride over was really rough, but the views of the port of Marseille were awesome, as was the close pass by Chateau d'If. When we got to Frioul, we were in for a surprise. There must have been only 20 people on the whole island, and they all went a different way than us. We walked up to a little space between two cliffs, and came out the other side on an ...
... of Toulon. Very typical for towns on the French Riviera, the promenade stretches the length of the harbor and has restaurants and shops lining it. It also makes for the perfect wind tunnel on a windy day! From the promenade, we ventured into old Toulon and explored. Toulon has one of the most incredible farmers markets with fresh produce around. Nothing like what we see in our grocery stores! We saw the main cathedral in town and ...
... be when taking care of kids. Lets see, Kasia's exact words were, "oh lord! Your kids are going to hate you!" Hahaha! See Kasia! Not everyone hates my style! But it's nice to know I'm doing a good job. And I'm loving doing it all!
Yes mom, even the dishes/cleaning! Which I do a little of from time to time. You ever notice how it's much more fun/appealing to do the dishes/cleaning at someone else's house than your own?
... again. So, i invited my French classmates. Only the swedes couldn't come, but the other three were able to make it! Needless to say, for an american holiday/tradition we were rather international. Around the dinner table we were representing: America, Thailand, Poland, Latvia, England and France. It was great! A night well spent.
Ok, So afterwards me and my three friends went into Aix, had fun and I stayed with a friend for the night. So coming to the point of ...
We missed the summer lavender fields. If you really dig modern painting, Aix-en-Provence may hold some charm. Not a bad town, just nothing really spectacular.
Nancy liked the shopping in the old town during the market day.
My pic is a bit snarky. Just showing what is undoubtedly the worst (somewhat) functionally aircraft carrier in the world, the Charles de Gaulle.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting