Grand Tonic Hotel Vieux Port
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Marseille is known for its picturesque setting and rich architectural and cultural heritage. Marseille has a complicated history. Founded by the Phoenicians in 600 B.C. it is one of the oldest cities in Europe. The town is a far cry from the Cézanne paintings and Provençal clichés of sleepy villages, "pétanque" players and Marcel Pagnol novels. …
... staring out at the sea, surrounded by rocky walls. If course, we had to run down and touch the icy Mediterranean for the first time. The biting wind whipped us like a thousand boxing blows, laced with a chill, but that didn't stop us from hiking up to the top off the cliffs for some phenomenal views. Along the way, we saw old pillboxes, forts and bomb craters from the wars, and climbed into some of them for a better look. It was truly amazing. From the outcrop at the end of the ...
... of Toulon. Very typical for towns on the French Riviera, the promenade stretches the length of the harbor and has restaurants and shops lining it. It also makes for the perfect wind tunnel on a windy day! From the promenade, we ventured into old Toulon and explored. Toulon has one of the most incredible farmers markets with fresh produce around. Nothing like what we see in our grocery stores! We saw the main cathedral in town and ...
... be when taking care of kids. Lets see, Kasia's exact words were, "oh lord! Your kids are going to hate you!" Hahaha! See Kasia! Not everyone hates my style! But it's nice to know I'm doing a good job. And I'm loving doing it all!
Yes mom, even the dishes/cleaning! Which I do a little of from time to time. You ever notice how it's much more fun/appealing to do the dishes/cleaning at someone else's house than your own?
... for about 30 minutes and then another 40 on the bus ride. Turns out they were from Boston, the gentleman had just retired and so they were touring around France for 3 months. The woman had lived near Nice as a child for a couple years so it was kind of like coming home. ALSO, they had two children who were adopted from Korea! I don't know about you all, but I don't meet many people with kids who are adopted, so when that was revealed we had so much more to talk about. ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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