Ibis Marseille Euromediterranee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today we decided that we wanted a chill day and that we didn't want to travel. Therefore we woke up late. We then went to the pool and sunbathed and read for a couple of hours before going back to the campervan. We played a game of Rummikub and then went to ...
Today we woke up rather early to try to head down to St. Tropez for Dad's birthday. However, as we started to enter Frejus, which was in St. Raphaël, we realised that we had driven into the Saturday morning rush hour traffic for the beach. So, we turned around and at midday we decided to head elsewhere. We found a campsite in ...
... garde which is a cathedral on a hill with pretty spectacular views of the city. There was a view to the islands of which was the site of the prison that inspired the Count of Monte Christo. We returned to the bottom of the hill and had a look around the little market but there was nothing out of the ordinary. A couple of ...
... rebuildings etc typical of most of the old religious buildings in France. The Abbey Church is very simple, very majestic and, thanks to the lovely stained-glass windows and interior lighting, was quite atmospheric. We liked it.
The tourist information suggested a visit to Les Four des Navettes which is the oldest bakery in Marseille (1781) and is famous for its navette biscuits. According to legend, these long, oval biscuits represent ...
... of how she was feeling. Our tour drove from the very large port area (fifth largest in Europe), along a coast fronting road (J F Kennedy Drive) and then through the streets of Marseille. We viewed many grand buildings such as the large city cathedral, the Notre Dame de la Garde Bascilica, the Longchamp Palace, The island Prison that operated in ancient times and still currently functions, the Commerce Palace, ...