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TravelPod Member ReviewsSylvabelle Hotel Marseille
Me and my friends stayed there with initial thoughts that it was going to be a hostel. To our surprise it was just a reasonably priced hotel. There was a TV and a private bathroom for each room. Very pleasant stay!
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... t have that great of a reputation, despite being the second largest city in France. It’s known for its port (the largest in France), as well as its crazy drivers, large immigrant population, and drug trade which make it a dangerous city. However, it is also a beautiful city known for its gastronomy, soap, every water sport you can imagine, and dreamlike ocean views. It’s also known for the Island of If, and the infamous Chateau d’If which ...
... trombone player to be the one that I thought was
Baptiste, but I still wasn’t sure. How likely was it that in all of Marseille,
I would “run into” Baptiste by chance like that? So I went around to the front
of their band and read their sign. Sure enough it said Ah, Si Si Si! I had to
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... that Marie is very thorough. I choose to have some acupuncture done. This is not so much for my back, but to explore what Chinese medicine can do for me. Sylvia is my therapist and she explains a little bit about how your chi is supposed to be connected to the universe for well being. (I personally think that my chi has been ...
... them right up close. One of my favorites was this huge onyx colored boat called Ulysses which we later found out that you can charter if you would like for the reasonable sum of €255,000 per week. After taking in all of the yachts we found a nice little restaurant on the edge of the harbor that had a closed in patio where we could sit and overlook the boats while we had lunch. As we were eating we even saw one of the biggest boats of the day back into one of ...
August 5, 2014
This morning we woke up in France. We ate breakfast on the Lido aft deck. By 11 AM we were ready to explore the city of Marseille. The city has a beautiful port with hundreds of small boats in the enclosed harbor which is called the Quay. The fishermen were selling their fresh catch including all sorts of fish and creatures. We took in the scene and finally located the "famous" Hop-on “City Tour” bus and for 13 Euros ...