Le Ryad

16 r Senac de Meilhan, Marseille, Provence, 13001, France | Hotel
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Aix en Provence

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

5

... C'est sud - we were able to eat dinner listening to the Aix Big Band!! This was especially nice as this weekend we would have been at the Merimbula Jazz Festival if we were at home. We felt like we missed out a bit when we saw the photos of Spectrum having so much fun. But this was pretty good! Farmers Markets are not just for Saturdays here. There seems to be fresh food markets every day, although apparently some days are better then ...

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

2
2

... meal we have pretty much worked it out. My school girl French is not too bad when it comes to reading a menu but this meal was different. There were some new words and I knew I didn't know what it said exactly but thought we wouldn't go too wrong by choosing the top two main meals. We had already made a pact that if either of them had obvious wheat Mr S would take it! So our meals came, phew mine was what we thought it would be beef with veggies ...

Bonne journee

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

2
5

... beautiful or as spectacular as I thought they would be given the write up - the walk to the view was well worth it.

The walk went up a steep path along side a calanques (not sure which one!). We could now clearly see what these muddy looking cliffs were made from. Lots of rocks of various sizes make up the imposing structure. I assume that the Calanques closer to Cassis and Marseille ...

Fortuitous

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith

2
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... majestic Calanques looking down at us (apparently named MUGEL and FIGUEROLLES). A Calanques is a 'steep-walled inlet' or in other words a huge cliff! The ones looking over la ciotat seem to be made of mud but I think they are actually a dark limestone. We jumped on a boat tour and went from La Ciotat to Marseille. It took about 2 and a half hours. One of those I enjoyed looking at the cliffs and cute little beach inlets. The ...

Marseille - a town with two sides ...

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor

27

... and ceiling covered with artwork. I spent quite a bit of time walking around the area.

When I headed back down the hill I took the path that I thought went straight down to hostel, but I still managed to get lost somehow, but it was ok because I came across another church that was getting restored and had roman ruins underneath it.

I stopped for lunch at a little café on the edge of the Old port, called Oscar’s bar, having a yummy bagel ...

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This hotel, located in the 6éme Arrondissement area of Marseille, is near Ferry Boat, Centre Bourse, Baze Monoprix Canebiere, and Boutique Officielle de L'O.M..
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding