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... not of the cheese fame- that's in the north of France) but it is famous for building many a France's warships from 1660 until early 1900 under Louis 14th.
It's also infamous for being one of the first Concentration camps, as in the French Revolution (1790), nearly 1000 Roman Catholic priests were incarcerated on prison ships to provide cheap labour for working on the dockyards, because they would not ...
We left Rochfort on April 4th to sail home to Plymouth for the birth of Alice, our beautiful grandaughter, now it's time to take Sega back to her marina berth before travelling home in 2 weeks for the final preparations of the wedding of our youngest daughter Sophie to Chris, another wonderful and exciting event that we are so looking forward to. Our girls certainly keep us on our toes.....but we love every minute. We left St Denis as ...
... condition and are being conserved for historical benefits by the local authorities. We cycled to a beach on the west of the island in a little village called Les Huttes, this was where we had our picnic and chilled for a few hours, there were a few men kite surfing, very enjoyable to watch. The next day a very good friend of ours from Plymouth, Dave Tanner, who David used to teach with in the maths department was arriving on his motor bike and stopping ...
Spent £149 on Road Tolls (mostly in Norway)
Paid to stay at 28 camp sites (Mostly ACSI sites, except Norway)
Average cost per day covering everything was £49.95
Was it worth it....Oh Yes! Would we go again? Certainly, to a number cities along the route and we will definitely to return to the Arctic Circle to see the Northern Lights.
Hope you enjoyed the Blog; we are already planning our next trip.
... taster who teaches an apprentice everything he knows so he can pass on his craft. There is no recipe for the perfect cognac, only the palate and experience. When we finished at the brewery we decided to have a walk around the old town as I wanted to see all these cobbled streets filled with people. There are no people in France. It was siesta time and the streets were deserted but also when we drive, we can drive through six small towns ...