Kyriad - Marseille Gemenos
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... built in the mid-19th century and has a Marine and Economy Museum. We’ve been to more interesting museums but it was worth the visit just to see the building! Afterwards, we went to the nearby Marseille History Museum which was excellent. It covered the period 600BC to today and everything was very well-presented, with lots of information, videos etc.
The Palais de Longchamp (the “water castle” palace) ...
... powers and so far we have found free parking on the street. Let's see if
The city is charming and is the home of Cezanne's art studio. If we lean out of the window
we can see Mount Victoire which plays a big part in many of Cezanne's paintings.
The city is also known for having wonderful markets most days of the week.
... at the top, with our own million dollar view. Walked back and went to the western side castle which is a Musee now. Great architecture & old and new marriage of stone, steel, and concrete quite spectacular. Then after beers, as it was 4pm, took the little train tour to areas we could no longer walk to. Sussed out the local restaurants for some options for dinner. Returned ...
... lunch. We were travelling to Marseille so the Air France flight felt much like just catching a bus. We were only in the air about 90 minutes and we were there! Picked up our next hire car, this time a Lancia Ypsilon, but this time we have a GPS. It is so good. It has made our travelling so much less stressful. We drove about 30 minutes to our home for the next five nights, the Ibis Hotel on the outskirts of Aix-en-Provence and decided to stay in for the ...
... small groups of people sitting in the middle of the street talking and laughing and outside one building, a group watching a television that has been hooked onto an external wall with an extension cord leading from the television to a second storey window.
By the time they return to the apartment it is a lot quieter with the majority of the shops and cafés closed. When Marseille finally goes to sleep it goes with a bang of ...