Ibis Marseille La Valentine
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... have anything I needed to do anyhow. Last night, I took something to help me sleep and went to bed around midnight. I wanted to be awake first thing in the morning for Marseille.
The port where we are docked is about 12 miles from the center of town, so I purchased transportation from the cruise line for $15 round trip, which is pretty good from what I’ve seen with cabs. I took the first one in to town at 8 a.m. ...
... stuffed into this cable car with about 10 other people who you become very close to very quickly! It's quite scary when you think about it, this little rickety old cable car takes you up so high to the top of the mountain. You see all the trees below and into people's gardens. Some of the homes looked gorgeous and others were in need of work despite having an audience every day. When we got off we took a walk ...
... beautiful boat harbour near Marseille, first view of the Mediterranean and warmer weather. So glad we were not here in Feb.- most of camp sites would have been closed.
Yesterday was a slow/fast day, the morning spent at Avallon, then hit the road to get to Lyon.
Another slow/fast day today, the morning in Lyon, then flat out to get here to Carro on the Mediterranean for the evening. The camping here on the ...
... squeezed fruit juice from a store with all varieties of fruits to choose from. I asked the lady (in French of course) what fruit juice was popular in France, and she pointed me to peaches. Yet, somehow I felt like having my usual favorite of pineapple juice and ordered that instead. When Sowmya got her peach juice, I tasted it, and wasn't a fan of its fibrous texture. Not sweet enough for my palette either. When ordering the crepes at the crepe shop, the owner (in ...
... We get there and it's super tiny, packed, and rocks. So we figure we will try the larger one a little farther away. We get there and it's still tiny with rocks. Oh well, we grabbed a spot and laid out. It wasn't the most comfortable since you were laying on rock, but if you didn't move and stayed in one place it wasn't too bad. When we done laying on the beach we played around a little on the rocks on our way back to the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed