Premiere Classe Toulon La Seyne Sur Mer

Address: Za Les Playes Parc J.Monnet Avenue De Rome, La Seyne-sur-Mer, Provence, 83500, France | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on Za Les Playes Parc J.Monnet Avenue De Rome, La Seyne-sur-Mer, is near Iles des Embiez, Cours Lafayette, and Centre Mayol.
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      Long drive but worth the trip!

      A travel blog entry by cavanough on Apr 08, 2015

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      Over 400km later, we arrived at our next overnight stop in La Ciotat. Was a newly built apartment over looking the port. We unpacked, jumped back in the car and grabbed some supplies from the Supermarket. Some clothes washing was on the agenda as well as something for dinner. We thought we would stay 'home' tonight so ...

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by jstarr on Mar 16, 2015

      ... that they expected the port of Marseille to have 6 million containers come and go per year by 2025, where as they only handle 1.35 million a year currently. Most of the containers that come through Marseille do not stay there, it is only used as a stopping point before its final destination. After the lecture, we asked a few questions, and then drove out to where the ships pull up and the containers are removed and replaced. ...

      Our day in Marseille

      A travel blog entry by floresp on Mar 16, 2015

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      We got up early this day to have a quick breakfast at our hotel and then catch a train to Marseille. We then took a tour bus to visit the Port de Fos or the Port of Marseille where we got a good presentation on the operations and future intentions of the port despite it being a little difficult with the substitute tour guide. Still being able to translate we got a good presentation with a large floor/table map of the port ...

      Marseilles or somewhere like it (and no photos)

      A travel blog entry by runewoodman on Jul 04, 2014

      ... were looking to replace the camera I broke in Barcelona). We decided to eschew the excursions and explore the city on foot at our own pace. Excellent! We went to bed that night looking forward to the coming day.

      The next morning we awoke and opened our curtains to see that we were on the edge of a small-ish town where the outline of the harbour did not match what we expected.

      Steven quickly turned on the TV to watch our pre-breakfast ...

      Goodbye for now, France <3

      A travel blog entry by rschauger on May 16, 2014

      Well…tomorrow is the big day. I'm hopping on a plane and flying home. The emotions I’m experiencing right now are hard to put into words. Studying abroad in France has been the most incredible experience I could have ever dreamt of. I had my heart set on studying in France for many years and when I began at Geneseo I promised myself that I was going to take advantage of every great opportunity that I ...