Hotel Le Grand Large
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The drive to Ile De Re from Vannes was pretty uneventful, Jim did the driving and we just made a quick food, toilet and petrol stop and then a quick food stop on the way. When we got to the campsite recommended to us by Si and Lorna they told us they had one pitch available as long as we were gone by Sunday. Perfect. We got set up and checked out the beach on our bikes. All was going well until Kath fell off as we were leaving to go home right onto a rock. ...
Ile de Re is a very pretty but flat island close to La Rochelle, and reached by a bridge. This is one of several islands where a lot of the local oysters and mussels are grown in its very tidal harbours and bay.
Everywhere there are massive defences to protect La Rochelle from the ...
... a meal the day before we left.We caught up with the port staff as they wanted to seen photos of Alice. Pascal the port captain has known Rachel and Sophie for 14 years so he is always keen to see what the girls are up to.After washing clothes, bedding etc, cleaning, dusting hoovering Sega it was time to say goodbye to our friends and pack ready for our return to Plymouth and start all the celebrations and last 6 weeks of preparations before Sophie ...
... and freshest food- especially sea food, cheeses, meats and deli type heat and eat food, and it's the sort of place you need to shop at after a meal, or you just start drooling.
The streets and houses here are mostly white stone with shuttered windows, and, most unusually, hollyhocks are frequently found, growing from tiny pavement cracks ...
... The next day after Dave left we went to the local market and bought mussels for me to cook in the evening as this was going to be our last day before moving off nearer to Rochefort, we also topped up on fresh food as we were not planning on getting to the marina until the lock opens at 12 on Saturday 25th so I could have my birthday on the 26th in Rochefort.I baked fresh bread for breakfast the following morning as we were due to leave by 9am, whilst it ...