Mercure Marseille Centre Vieux Port
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... was the Tourist Information Office for a decent map, then - following recommendations - we walked the length of the main boulevard, La Canebiere. We weren’t overly impressed but maybe because it was a Sunday and most of the shops were closed. [Many French shops and restaurants close on Sunday. We also found many places close for lunch and/or siesta, so afternoons could be very quiet! ] We moved on to the Old Port which is now a very ...
... 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.
Arrived to a dead & black alley; awoke to a market-place. It was Saturday morning after all. Found the local map with 3 historic walking trails, and as the old town is tiny, did two of them; and included the hike up to Notre Dame de la Garde. Via the amazing fortress protecting the eastern side of the port. Views down were great, though the light a little bright. Had a ...
Our endeavour this morning was to get up in time to make the 9am boat to the Chateau D'If. Eli and I were the ones taking a while this morning and we were about 15 minutes late. We had to pack our stuff in the car as we were leaving Marseille this afternoon so once that was done we rushed off to book our tickets. We only just missed the boat but the next one was going in about 20 minutes so we had some time to get breakfast. There was a nearby boulangerie that we visited ...
... stopped at Rousillon, reputedly one of the most beautiful villages in France. It is in the Luberon National Park and is famous for its ochre pits, which were developed in the 18th century for the textile trade, but are now longer in use. We had a long walk through these gorgeous pits, then had lunch at a restaurant overlooking a stunning fertile valley. In the area they grow peaches and cherries for crystallised fruit production.
During the Second World War ...