Mercure Thalassa Port Frejus

Address: Rue Forces Francaises Libres, Fréjus, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83600, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rue Forces Francaises Libres, Fréjus, is near Cite Episcopale, Lion of the Sea (Lion de Mer), and Grotte de Miro.
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      Travel Blogs from Fréjus

      South of France on the Mediteranian

      A travel blog entry by wambi75 on Sep 29, 2013

      2 photos

      ... much till you get to the end. That's after taking a ticket out of the machine when you start & putting it back in when you finish. To do this you have to queue for up to 10 minutes, which negates the time you saved travelling at 130. It took me a week to master the ticket system now I get a bit cranky when the bloke 5 cars in front stuffs up and we all have to reverse. ...

      French rivieria - lifestyles of the rich and famos

      A travel blog entry by groversroving on Jun 03, 2012

      36 photos

      ... parked and paid for a spot for 3 hours while we unloaded the bags and the nice lady at reception told us park anywhere the lines are white and you will be right. Otherwise, as per the signs you will get towed. Only problem, all the spots with white lines were full. I had visions of sleeping in the car or going out every couple of hours to put more money in the meter. After a nice tea we went back to check the white line situation and as we looked sadly at all the ...

      Volunteering in Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by marianner on Feb 26, 2012

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... It looked right, it felt right and its pricing structure seemed logical. Common sense tells you that you have to pay something - these structures need support and the goal is to help the local community to help themselves NOT to give you a holiday of a lifetime. Though that is an added benefit and not to be dismissed. I booked and spent my first 4 weeks volunteering In Siem Reap at the end of 2009. Globalteer offered a great support structure and found me ...

      The Last French Call

      A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Jul 17, 2011

      ... fixed quickly because we only had a 2 day window of good weather. Well cut a longer story short we ended up getting the generator running again and we were off on Sunday in hopes of arriving on Wednesday. It was a great trip with awesome sailing weather. We even got to fly the brand spanking new gennaker after a brain puzzling ordeal on how to fit it into its sock. It was supposed to arrive in its sock but I think the company forgot about that part and we were already half way ...

      Not so super yachting

      A travel blog entry by rachnz on Aug 05, 2010

      ... as flushing toilets, as apparently rich folk are above all that.The best part about the boat, was, as usual the food. We got three meals a day, plus a cupboard full to the brim of goodies, and then what ever the guests didn't eat was also up for grabs. I ate equisite lobster and fish and beautiful French cheeses and fresh berries everyday. I can tell you it would not take long on a boat like that before i needed a new set of larger polo shirts. My pants were getting ...