Ibis Styles Toulon Centre Congres
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... we enjoyed our last lunch in the dining room then reluctantly packed our bags & disembarked. Caught a taxi to out hotel, the gorgeous historic Intercontinental Marseille Hotel Dieu. Our amazing executive room had a large undercover terrace with a panoramic view over the Old Port.
Went for a long walk around the harbour, stopped for a drink to enjoy the sunset over the port, then ordered a dinner of mussels before walking back uphill to our ...
... I have read on Cruise Critic and Tripadvisor that there are two ports that service Toulon; Toulon proper and La Seyne which is 13km away. I believe we are at Toulon because I believe I have seen the tourist train I have read about in the port. It is my plan to take this to the beaches.
People are already returning to the ship as we get off. It is nice because there is not a crowd. The port is small and there is a little ...
... up a narrow, winding road up yet another mountain. During the drive, Cali mom and Cali daughter discuss how forest fires in California spontaneously start when outside temperature gets high. Shoot me please! We stop at a scenic overview (1000+ feet high) above the town of Villa de Cassis. The view was great, but we were done! But not Laurent! Back in the van, down the mountain, to the village. We slowly drive to the beach and park for lunch. Laurent then leads us 3 blocks back into ...
... of the cruise done a new adventure begins tomorrow. Going to miss the friends we have made over the last couple of weeks, have exchanged contact details with some so will hopefully keep in touch. Certainly going to miss all the being waited on hand and foot and the meals and drinks being on tap 24/7 and not having to make them or do the dishes afterwards. The excursions we did we thoroughly enjoyed, everything we did ...
... mountain which featured in many of his landscape paintings. The soil in this area was a light terracotta colour and we drove past wineries, chateau's and olive trees. It is a lovely part of the world. As a special treat, we were told that we would also travel back to the ship via the beach areas which were close by. Our guide was trying to entice us back to this part of France for a longer holiday, I think. The "sand" here ...