Le Grain De Sable

Address: Boulevard de la mer , Chatelaillon-Plage, Poitou-Charentes, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Boulevard de la mer , Chatelaillon-Plage, is near Mega CGR and Grand Pavois.
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Travel Blogs from Chatelaillon-Plage

Small town of Surgeres

A travel blog entry by suepeter on Mar 14, 2015

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What a whirlwind of the last few days. We flew to England and landed at Luton airport. A bus and two trains later we made it to London. It was a privilege to be welcomed by the Haggis family so warmly to see their loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother Vi off to her final resting place. It was warming to see this loving family even under these sad circumstances and listen to the beautiful stories. ...

You Say Goodbye and I Say Hello

A travel blog entry by slonge on Feb 01, 2015

... a long time. But really, the lyrics sum up the way the past two weeks have gone since I was saying goodbye to some kids and saying hello to others.

Here are the lyrics:

You say yes, I say no
You say stop and I say go,

oh no
You say goodbye and I say hello
Hello hello

I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello,

Hello hello

I say high, you say low
You say why and I say I don't ...

The History of Rope...and Rochefort

A travel blog entry by slonge on Jan 25, 2015

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... Dupont wanted to clean up the site and in 1967, the building was considered an historical monument. The restoration started in 1976 and was completed in 1988 when it was made into a museum which I had the pleasure of visiting with Dana, the day after we visited L'Hermione.

I was quite interested in this museum. We started out with a short video on the history of Rochefort and why this location was chosen by King Louis 14th as a ...

Windswept Atlantic

A travel blog entry by lusan on Oct 09, 2014

17 photos

... as a Catholic bastion in order to fight against the neighbouring Protestant town of La Rochelle. Gradually the harbour silted up in the last part of the 17th century, leaving the town stranded and useless as a port. It fell into ruin.

Amazing sight from the walls watching a storm coming in off the Atlantic Ocean very fast so we scamper back to the car and ...

This is the life

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on May 17, 2014

... skiers out in force.

We had wondered about staying there for a couple of days, but we were met as we arrived on the visitors' pontoon by a member of staff, who seemed distinctly unhappy about us being there at all (and made it far more difficult to berth than it would have been without him), so we changed our minds and decided to move on the next day.
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