Brit Hotel Brasserie du Cap - La Rochelle
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s OK tho and when we were back we got the BBQ going and had some beers.
When we woke up on Tuesday morning the sky was blue with a few clouds so we headed to the beach nice and early. Well we had only been there about an hour when the sky turned grey. Being British we held out for as long as we could but then remembered that the windows were open on the tent so headed back on our bikes to close them before the rain came down. We went back out on the bikes ...
... attacks over the centuries, but these fortifications have mellowed into attractiveness over time.
Google Images: Saint Martin de Re for some lovely photos as well as mine.
St Martin was surrounded by fortified town wall, much of which is still intact, and has a unique harbour in ...
... s wedding.Our return journey will be one we have never done before and we are really looking forward to it, we are catching trains from Rocehfort to Nantes, Nantes to Redon, Redon to Rennes and Rennes to Morlaix. We are staying in a hotel in Morlaix then the next day we are getting a train from Morlaix to Roscoff. We then catch the afternoon ferry to Plymouth arriving in at 10.15pm where Sophie and Chris will meet us.Should be an exciting and enjoyable journey ...
... night before heading to Spain. He retired from teaching this month so we decided we would take him out for a meal to celebrate, we went to one of the local restaurants called Le Cocotier. We have been here many times and never been disappointed with the food and the staff are always so helpful and friendly, also a very reasonable price. We would recommend them to anyone visiting St Denis, you walk out of the marina towards the town and you find it on ...
... France, they start this by having firework displays on the 13th from 10.30pm, being anchored we were spoilt with the amount of displays we saw, La Rochelle, Ile de Re, Ile d'Oleron, Ile d'Aix to name a few. Bastille day commemorates the beginning of the French Revolution with the storming of the Bastille on July 14th 1789 and the unity of the French people at the Fête de la Fédération on July 14th 1790. The next day we decided to sail to St Denis on Ile d'Oleron ...