Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Two French Cities, Neither of Them Paris. Which One to Love? Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by The 52 Places Traveler The 52 Places Traveler visits Lyon and Marseille, just a quick train ride apart — but worlds away from each other. Photographs and Text bySebastian Modak Oct. 8, 2019 Our columnist, Sebastian Modak, is visiting each destination on our 52 Places to Go in 2019 list. He arrived in France from Germany, where he visited Munich and Dessau in search of culture and history. It’s 7 p.m. in Lyon and the banks of the Rhône are buzzing. Barges converted into bars are full of university students celebrating their first night of the semester, all of them exuding a nervous “new kid” energy. When the sun eventually sets, the city lights up: the many … [Read more...] about Two French Cities, Neither of Them Paris. Which One to Love?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Hotel Review: The Hotel Maison Saint Louis, Marseille Advertisement Supported by CHECK IN A new hotel in the Noailles quarter — the heart of the city — makes room for traditional guests and for families traveling together. ByAlexander Lobrano June 15, 2019 Rates Standard The Basics The Hotel Maison Saint Louis is the second hotel from the Marseille hotelier Loïc Fauchille, who formerly worked for Groupe Accor, the large French hotel company. With tourism growing rapidly in Marseille, Mr. Fauchille saw a market for a “Familiale 4” and a The Location Just off La Canebière, Marseille’s Broadway, the Hotel Maison Saint Louis is a five-minute walk from Le Vieux Port and is very well-served by the R.T.M., Marseille’s transit system, with a trolley station … [Read more...] about Hotel Review: The Hotel Maison Saint Louis, Marseille