Grand Hotel Beauvau Marseille
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... It's really interesting. Maybe it's always this way or maybe it's just because not that many people think of going to southern France in December. Who knows? Our time here has been a bit different. We arrived an hour early at about 6am and upon arriving at our hostel a migraine arrived in my head. So I spent my first day in France mostly in bed. The next day I awoke feeling much better... But Cortney awoke with a full blown cold. We are a bit of a mess. ...
... 8220;undesirables”, and third as an interment camp for Jews being deported to Auschwitz via Drancy. It is also known as the “camp of artists” due to the number and diversity of artworks produced by the interned; more than 400 pieces were created here by the likes of Max Ernst, Hans Bellmer, and Lion Feuchtwanger as a way to channel their creativity to resist the persecution and dehumanization to ...
Marseille is in Provence and we wanted to get a taste of Provence but also visit one of the beautiful bays that surround the area. We chose a ship tour to Cassis which is a small bay around the coast from Marseille. It's funny how sometimes you do not have big expectations of a city and it's surrounds but it surprises you. Today was to be one of those days. We got the coach from the ship and travelled through the city of Marseille which has the most beautiful harbour full of yachts ...
... produced by local and regional artists and artisans. The pictures attached show some of these things.
Diana took us back to Lyon France for our flight to Barcelona while she departed to Paris for her flight back to Vancouver. We were very graciously welcomed by her sister-in-law Christine for our overnight stay in Lyon prior to our flights. Lyon is a very interesting looking city which we would love to spend more time exploring in the future.
... into yet another gallery. But it is an interactive gallery, as I often stop to point out shots or discuss the optimal angle or cropping of what we see. And to my great delight, Avril often takes the shots as I call them. It makes me feel like a movie director who has a great cinematographer at his side. Of course, what ends up later on the cutting room floor (or, in this case, the Delete button) may be another matter. But I like to think we see eye-with-eye as the past ...