Chez Mme Bonnet

Address: 69, rue de l’Abbaye, Maillezais, Vendee, Pays de la Loire, 85420 , France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on 69, rue de l'Abbaye, Maillezais.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Maillezais

La Rochelle

A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Nov 08, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... in like sardines! We didn’t have a plan B as there were no campsites open at all at this time of year so all we could do was the same as everyone else, secure a space!


To be on the safe side we put a ticket on the car and hoping for the best, walked into La Rochelle in the pouring rain. La Rochelle is a beautiful old town with a lovely old harbour and full of very expensive boutiques but unfortunately the weather was ...

St Porchaire to Aytré

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 11, 2014

8 photos

Interesting filling with water this morning. You had to hold the plunger in all the time! Very misty to start with, but it cleared closer to the coast. And we saw the Atlantic! Finding the aire was interesting, but we were glad we persisted. Despite the 3.5t limit on the bridge to get in, we found good hard pitches with fine TV signal. We realise that ...

My French Family

A travel blog entry by slonge on Oct 09, 2014

7 photos

... most of the day outside. We had originally
planned to take the trails to Fourras, where they have some really
nice beaches, but as we had to have the bikes back at a certain time,
we decided that we didn’t have enough time. But I do hope we can
take a bus there one day to spend the day or the afternoon at the
beach and touring around the little town.





In the evenings a couple times a week,
we ...

Walking tour

A travel blog entry by arwie on Oct 07, 2014

5 photos

... advised the Allies to bomb the submarine base while it was being built. By the time the Allies did start bombing the concrete shelters were finished and so strong that the bombs made no impact on them. Thousands of tons of bombs were dropped but the concrete did not crack. The submarines based here attacked the Atlantic convoys. An average German submariner was expected to live for three ...

Hotel La Marine, La Rochelle

A travel blog entry by arwie on Oct 06, 2014

2 photos

... in torrential rain. The restaurant terrace is fully covered so we do not get wet but the first row of tables are sitting in 6 inches in water! Table next door, four irish guys who are stuck in La Rochelle as the weather is too bad for their single engine, light aircraft to take off. They are hoping for a weather window early tomorrow. Very good company and a good time had by ...