Campanile La Rochelle Nord-Puilboreau
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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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 ...
... wraps around a central island accessed by a causeway. This accommodates more ships when needed, and also gives it lots of character.
It is quite simply a perfect little town- pretty, historical and lots of waterfront cafes and back street boutiques. We found it so nice that we returned ...
... serenading us with songs, another fabulous fun eve had by allThe next day Nick and Dot left midday to make their way slowly North, they very kindly took some of our belongings in their camping van to make our trip home lighter as we would be traveling on and off trains to Roscoff. On the 28th David and I caught a train to La Rochelle and spent the day there taking our own picnic and enjoying strolling around the town. We visited the toy shop Rachel ...
... impossible in the inner city, all windows are totally private from the neighbours.
A very small kitchen with a family/dining room off it completes the picture. A small terrace off the family room is where we have eaten all our meals so far, as the weather has been sunny or cloudy with only a few drops of rain since we arrived a week ago- gets up ...
We decided on the 15th to leave the anchorage at Ile de Ré and sail to one of our favourite places, St Denis on Ile d'Oleron, but as we expected there was not enough wind for both sails to go up so we left the anchorage in plenty of time and put the main up and sailed gently along with the sun shining and a warm wind. Some of our friends from Rochefort were in St Denis marina as well so we were looking forward to meeting up with them. John Falk and his ...