Ibis Marseille Euromediterranee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... its administrative limits. It is the third largest urban area and metropolitan area after Paris and Lyon with a population of around 16 million! It is France's largest city on the Mediterranean coast and largest commercial port. This is not a place we could even try to take in with just a few hours. Shopping was not on our agenda today! This evening we had a special invitation to attend a get-together with the officers, staff and crew ...
... for 7PM. Of course I was running behind schedule. To further complicate things the refrigerator situation was NOT resolved so I was kind of rearranging things last minute so everything stayed cold.
Jan got back first with Claire, and immediately told me not to freak out but that more people were coming. I asked how many and she vaguely said, "Oh just maybe two or three more" but ...
... upon leaving the train station, the first 5 minutes was pure beauty, but then all you saw for a couple miles looked like a version of the projects. We have all noticed that there is a significant amount of graffiti. It is literally everywhere. I was shocked to see the amounts of graffiti, boy if we think its bad in the US I cant imagine how people feel about it being all over their home, on every building.
The port was very interesting. It was ...
... a bit of a let down. However the main road through town is absolutely beautiful. It is called La Crosiette, with the harbor and beaches on one side and every ultra luxury shop and hotel you can think of along the other. It was actually very quiet when we were there but it was easy to imagine what it would be like with the who’s who of Hollywood and International Film strutting about. Similar to the harbor in Monte Carlo we were able to walk along and check ...
... of Marseille as if the Victoria Market had gone to Iraq, with streets now so narrow you were required to reverse and complete a two point turn to go either left or right. Sometimes the GPS would indicate to go straight ahead but the road was blocked by a car unattended and a driver no where to be found. Eventually Battery Boy found the car depot and returned their classic transport unscathed, although he did perform one ...