Hotel Saint Nicolas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
There is a photo of the strange looking Fort Boyard, out at sea guarding the main channel into La Rochelle. In the form of an 0 from the air, it's main claim to fame nowadays is it's use as the set for a French Reality TV show.
The whole area around La Rochelle used ...
... to get over the sill safely, we had a slow sail with just the Genoa up to Ile d'Aix, due to very little wind, we had our brekki on the way, homemade brioche made the day before and a coffee, lovely way to start our day. We anchored at Bebe Plage which is on the NE coast of Ile d'Aix for lunch and to chill for the afternoon. As normal, the winds picked up in the afternoon, enough for us to move to the River Charente to our normal anchorage opposite ...
... Foundation is dated 1834.
The building is divided into two, two story houses, one on the street, and ours at the back, reached through an under-house passage and covered courtyard. It has a tiny garden, surrounded on one side by a high stone wall and on three sides by the house- the large main living room and a bedroom and bathroom on two ...
... we went off for our last cycle of the week along the coast finishing with an ice cream for David and a sorbet for me, perfect.The mussels were really lovely washed down with Rose wine, as you do, we used the mussel dishes and our silver plated mussel eaters, you use these instead of the mussel shells, the girls gave us these items as presents a few years ago. What a lovely way to end a superb week in St Denis.The next day we were planning to sail to Ile d'Aix