B&B La Rochelle Centre
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... means I can load her up. French stick in basket we cycled home and had another bbq. This time pork, beef kebab and some sausages. After we headed down to see the entertainment and watched the local band bang out some hits..... We stayed for a little bit and then headed back to bed. A full sunny day so we were very happy.
Another hot morning today, we decided to hit the beach. We cycled down and stayed for 5 odd hours with some bat and ball, Frisbee and ...
... one of the original and retained city gates in the huge wall and moat which used to surround the town- as it's right by the underground car park we have been lent, a round 200 metres from the house, we see it every day.
One more episode to come from this area... give me a few days!
... always enjoyed going in and would invariably come out of the shop with a toy using their pocket money. We bought Alice a lovely wooden toy from the same shop. We are sure she will have great fun with it when she is a little older.Before we left we went into Rochefort to have a pizza with David H, as Jeanette had returned to Scotland, we went to Bob and Freddies for an Oyster and Fish meal to celebrate my birthday and David H on the last eve came to ...
... lighthouse of the Whales) and from the Ile de Ré. This led to several accidents so in 1926 it was decided to paint 3 horizontal black stripes around the lighthouse, which gave it the appearance which we still know today, it's open to visitors every day.On the way to the lighthouse we can see the Les écluses à poissons, these are manmade structures which were constructed many centuries ago to help fishermen harvest fish from the sea. They are now in ...
... for there to be enough water to leave and there are many sand banks outside the marina, yet again very little wind so we motored sailed, plenty of huge jelly fish passing us again. The wind direction and speed was just right for us to put the spinnaker up, what a lovely sight is was, we just sailed along gently. Another lovely site was to see the large bridge joining Ile de Re to mainland France, we felt we were back home, to our French home.We had a ...