Auberge des Pins
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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So I set off on the early boat to St. Malo, with a potent sadness leaving family and friends, heading onto the continent in my van. The main aims of this journey I'd say are to learn, about historic and modern culture, to relax and feel the outdoors, and to enjoy a sense of adventure and variation.
I had few definite deadlines or destinations before Christmas, apart from the glaringly prominent flight to Ireland for my friends wedding which meant I had to be in ...
Any excuse to have a holiday in France is a good one and with Shona off next year to do an Erasmus year, no excuse could have been better. I've been to France at least once every summer for as far back as I can remember, be it french camp in the South or summers spent working in Paris, but this time it was going to be different. We were going to Wwoof, just Shona and myself and our two oversized rucksacks. The idea of "wwoofing" apparently finds its origins in the UK ...
Worth the 2.5 km and hard climb up to this campsite - what a gem after the commercialised places all along the coast. 10 Euros, and the lady said she would go and get us two baguettes from town in the morning. About 7pm absolutely poured down with rain, some other cycle campers had just arrived on their matching mountain bikes with ...
So the night before the 5th I spent the night camping behind the largest sand dune in Europe...... It was pretty big.. Pretty sure the sand dune at ocean beach down in Denmark is bigger but oh well. yay sand!
Next day was a tiny little 7km hike and a 5km hitch into the sleepy surfer town Biscarrose. I really wish I had been able to couchsurf in this town the local jibe was really low key and chilled, but the place runs off of tourism so ...
So you are about to embark on a long haul flight or your first vacation that involves travel without relatives to aid in your hour of need. You have just spent two hours googling 'traveling with toddler/infant' to search for the holy grail of what to do. You think you have planned for every eventuality and are totally ready for every scenario because you have read several blogs of families who have travelled all over the world with their small children and ...