Ibis Marseille Prado Velodrome
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to modern times. Not only has the building been restored so to has the magnificent gardens. We enjoyed a new film " Cezanne in the Aix region" most interesting and enjoyable. Rembrandt ,Van dyke,Hans ,work was on display for us to enjoy. The other Musee Granet, once again many great artists work, Cezanne once again was featured. We really spent a long time enjoying all the works of art. The second part of Musee Granet we will see tomorrow where Vincent ...
... to get into a taxi that had a meter in it. All the way Erika was worrying that she has booked the right hotel, that is, the one that just opposite the bay and where we sat infront of 15 years ago. It was!!!
Our room was looking right onto the bay and it was a beautiful sight. By the ti we settled in we were tired and had a quick bite and went to ...
... an hour and a quarter we set back out again, the Old Port in Marseille in our crosshairs. Marseille was a snarled mess of traffic and urban sprawl with building upon building pressed upon on another. After easily 30 minutes navigating the streets of Centre-Ville, we all decided that we could do without the Old Port and instead, we would expand the "chillaxing" part of the day in the Calanques de Cassis. We had no idea at that point what a fantastic decision ...
... an amazing drive to the little seaside town of Cassis where we stopped for lunch. We then drove up a huge mountain road and looked back down to the allies and the sea .....amazing....I keep using this word but it really was. I do not think either of us was prepared for such wonderful scenery. We then drove to Marseilles and up a mountain top to the Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica As Eileen said to Johanna....just when we thought things could not get any better you ...
... of Mont Saint Victoire, a beautiful mountain range and has been run by the same family for over 200 years. After having a tour of the winery we were given samples of 4 or 5 wines. We both really liked the rose, Jan like the red, and I liked the white, so we bought a bottle of each. They were all about 10 euros each -- just under $14....not a bad price for French wines.
Then we were off to Aux en Provence for lunch and some time on our own ...