Chateau de Mirambeau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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Most died due to the terrible conditions.
Rocheford was also one of the early "new towns" built to a plan in the 1700's as a port and base for the French navy. La Rochelle would have been a natural for this, but for the rebellious protestant population who could not be trusted and sided with the English.
It's streets all therefore look the same- elegant architecture and parks, but none of ...
We had leftover pizza for breakfast to start our day. Then we back to Citadel for some more play. Ben did a picture of it and a cannon. We saw some horses getting ready for a jumping competition. Then we sat down in the shade (under an umbrella) and Had some lunch. Ben had a donut with Nutella which was great and Jonny had a waffle with melted chocolate that was delicious. Daddy had moules frites (mussels ...
... English and had impressive walls and battlements. Ben and Jon also got to pretend to fire cannons at the invaders! Ben, Jon and Daddy pretended we were protecting the citadel from baddies and that the sentry post was our rocket ship. After a fun afternoon and some yummy crepes for dessert, it was time to head to our apartment and off to ...
... mix of Spanish and international songs.
They were applauded and financially supported by a huge crowd and one of the musicians had to warn parents to gather their children to allow a skip lorry down the street.
It was a fitting end to my Spanish odyssey and I tried to film a Spanish song om my camera with my shaking sweaty hands it will serve as a great memory of my weeks since I crossed over from Andorra back in May. After sadly, leaving the music behind I had the joy ...
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 ...