Kyriad Marseille Ouest-Martigues Ecopolis
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... town. Marie tells us that it is the symbol of Marseille. It was the site of a pivotal World War Two battle after which Marseille was retaken by the Allies. The views from the basilica are spectacular, and you can see the whole town. There was a church here in the 13th century. This was destroyed in the 16th century, and a fort was then built on the site in the 17th century. The current church is built on top of the fort, and was consecrated shortly after it ...
... in the castle grounds, quite moving. Followed by endless flow of exquisite food and wine and music, dancing until early hours.
... and beauty of the roundabout around the Arc, as well as the city itself. Since the weather was so good we decided to head straight to our next outside tourist site – a boat cruise along the Seine. It was really nice to see how all the places relate to each other, as often on the metro you just pop up with no idea how you got there. So all up a great time, apart from a few tourists who seemed to feel that their view was more important than ours. ...
... to get from Barcelona to Martigues, which isn't too shabby.
We were graciously welcomed by M and T2 at M's house in Martigues - a HUGE place compared to what I was expecting by European standards, with a tiled roof and a palm tree in front. After some Provence olives, cheese, and pate, we were definitely ready for bed.
Well... check that. Two of us were ready for bed. Little D was super confused about what timezone he was ...
... a small island off the coast of Marseilles with a small fortress / prison. The boat ride takes only 30 minutes, but it is a good way to see the old harbor and get some fresh sea air. Getting a ticket was easy, the queue seemed long, but it took no more than 30 minutes. The boats go back and forth every half and hour. We got ourselves some seats on the front of the boat and enjoyed the ride over. Once we reached the island we ...