Atalante Relais Thalasso
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- Swimming pool
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Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
... fresh milk (lait frais). The lady behind the counter was so helpful when we asked about the milk they used. She showed us the UHT and we asked about fresh and she said it could be done - when our coffees arrived it was hot milk in a jug for us to add to our coffee - YUM! The lunch here was delicious - great quality vegetable dishes (salads and a warm dish) with a choice of 10 different items. Jane chose 4 vegetable dishes on her plate and Brad had roast ...
... La Rochelle was English until 1372 when the French took it over. Building of the Saint Nicolas tower began in the early 1300s and finished after the French took over and built two other towers as defence. It was used only a fortnight ago as the diving platform for the red bull diving event. Truly a multi purpose building! After the walk, we check out of the hotel, walk to the train station with our luggage where Rob's suitcase, bought hurriedly ...
... t figure out where they were coming from for a while but eventually could see a glow and then a few fireworks. Seems they were a long way off. Another great day! More good news is that Rob rang the cycling company who we start a tour with tomorrow and the guy finally answered his phone and confirmed that the tour is on and they are expecting us. We've been trying to contact him for months but he ignores emails and phone messages. Odd but all ...
The day started well. Up at 6 and at the station by 7.25 - 20 minutes before the train was due. The station wasn't manned (and there were no toilets). By 10 to 8 we were getting worried about the next connection. Then a man came around the corner, gesturing us to follow him. The train was replaced by a bus - which took a lot longer (and didn't have a toilet).
Some lovely scenery on the 55 minute bus trip ...