Chateau de Mirambeau
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... interesting our group was a hodgepodge of individuals. Nuff said about them – don’t want to get all “judgy” at this point! We stopped at the Rothchild’s Chateau (NICE) – I didn’t get a picture as we weren’t allowed to exit the bus DAMN! The other Rothchild place is rather close by (one is the “Paris” family, the other the “London” family – they are related. One is ...
... too many springs and screws! So to solve this it was back to the good old reliable duct tape - two times round the box and it was closed tight! Onwards to the island and after a lap in searing heat we made for the boat at Royan. The plan here was to save some time on the journey south by avoiding the trek around the medoc peninsula, while chilling out on board and watching the sail boats drift by. Can you guess what happened though? Did this go to plan? No, it bloody ...
... Geoff suffered a bit the next day, well quite a bit a actually, and it took him a couple of days to get over it.
However........we've moved on.
We've been to the fringe festival and the Tattoo in Edinburgh. Caught a couple of shows as well. We stayed at Pollock Halls, which are at the University. The accommodation is run by a stand alone company. They are a venue and accommodation provider. On the morning we left it was ...
Breakfast didn't officially start until 7.30am, but I negotiated with reception that it would be OK for me to have breakfast at 7. Predictably, no one else was there, but I managed to have a couple of croissants with honey (I couldn't find the butter) and a cup of tea with stolen milk from the guest fridge (they hadn't put milk out yet). Since I'd already packed the bike, after breakfast I just had to put my sheets in the laundry, return the key, put on my bike gear and head ...
... drive to Arcachon and the Dune du Pyla. The journey didn't take very long - about an hour and a half. On the way, we stopped off at a Super U but it was very very busy. All the aisles were jam packed so it took me and Mum a while to get around to get everything we needed. After we spent around 30mins for a basic shop (!) we unloaded the shopping into the campervan, just in time as it started to chuck ...