Hotel Carre Vieux Port Marseille
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... there we were. Eating lunch at a brassierie on Marseille's beautiful water front. Not only that but Adrian's look alike appeared and began playing the accordion for the diners. It was quite amazing he did come with his cup in hand for donations but worth it I thought.Good thing to do Adrian to pay towards your next trip.Spent a few hours walking around the water front doing a bit of celeb spotting (didn't see any but not that up on them really) and gazing with ...
... we started driving again in the hope of stumbling across another hotel. We had no phone and Tom Tom had taken us to all the LP suggestions. I tried another without luck before FINALLY getting lucky at one on a marina. Way out of our league but dry, very comfortable and secure. Once settled, and very relieved, we headed out for Pizza which we ate back at the 'suite' and played some cards before bed. An exhausting, yet memorable ...
... any sort of carpark for almost an hour before finally managing to grab a space halfway up a sidewalk. We then walked into town and beheld the beauty of the area before deciding to jump on a boat and head out to the many natural inlets that scattered the cliffs nearby. The weather was perfect (around 27c). Upon returning, we went to a small shoreside cafe and ordered a yummy crepe and some ice cream, and then went to a neighbouring clothing ...
... scene, there was what looked like Salvador Dali's surrealist work, vibrant animal sculptures and altogether great colour throughout the city. I couldn't stop pressing the shutter on my camera, around the Old Port I would describe a U shaped curve as having the most things to do! I was amazed by the amount of the character the buildings had, some were typically French but others you couldn't tell by the photo where they're from. On the other side of the U bend theres ...
... mountain ridge popular with bikers and hikers. The silver rock face contrast again the orange soil was something we hadn't seen in any other Provence landscape (no vineyards here). We carried on towards Marseille. Accommodation was scarce in the south and we stayed 20km out of town, right near the airport. Once unpacked, we drove into the city centre. Despite reading to the contrary, parking was relatively easy to come ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed