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Travel Blogs from Jarnac Champagne
... his farm, so the two of them had a wonderful 'conversation' - Leicester up in the cab and everything - while neither of them spoke each others' language. They even posed in front of a huge irrigator in exactly the same pose. It must be a farming thing!
Needless to say we came away from there having made a generous contribution to the local economy. Don't know about the angels' share, but these Kiwis certainly got our share!
... we wandered along and into an ice cream/glacé bar for our first ice cream cone on the beach...what bliss. Home again, we change and head out for dinner at Chez Gigi, a roadside restaurant across the road from the marina. Another late evening, but very enjoyable. My dinner was a cassoulet of scallops and king prawns, it didn't look how I would have expected; the scallops and prawns were not of the size we get back in NZ, but was very yummy. Our waitress didn't ...
... glassy, making for an exceptionally comfortable ride. With the sea stretching out smoothly towards the horizon, the line where the water met the sky looked almost purple and distinctly otherworldly in the early morning light.
We had another day of sunbathing and reading, while feeling a little anxious about our entry into Royan, which is in the mouth of the Gironde, which has some wickedly fast tidal streams if you catch it ...
Dimanche nous sommes allés près de Jonzac voir mes grands parents paternels. Ils habitent à cet endroit depuis très longtemps et les hangars regorgent de vieux tracteurs et de vieilles voitures qui datent de nombreuses années. J'ai revu mon petit frère que je n'avais pas vu depuis presque deux ans c'était super. Les filles ...
March 10, 2014 AU REVOIR TO DAVE
Dave did not want to overstay his Schengen limit and I drove him to the Angouleme Train Station, He was off to Istanbul after 90 days in France. The train to Paris was on time. He ended up taking the public bus to Orly because the private bus takes a two hour lunch break. It was quick and easy to just hop on the pubic bus. Every thing went off without a hitch.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed