Hotel la Maree
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... crevettes (shrimps to us plebs). Then round the harbour at La Rochelle before arriving at Marsilly overlooking the sea for our first camping overlooking the sunset across the sea; and our first oysters. All in all a very good day. Bon soir. Ps we passed the 1000 mile mark 2 miles before our campsite this ...
... at Fouras. Again it's slightly different to last time as we arrived at 8pm in the dark and pouring rain. The good news is we have all used our overshoes now, so they were worth bringing them. It would have been somewhat later but we caught the last river crossing on the Transbordeur, a magnificent hanging platform which is pulled across on cables between1 two enormous Towers. Anyway we did catch it and are safely camped up at Fouras. Have a look at our dining room! More news to ...
... 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,
... was hoping that she would be able to buy a ticket too and go
together, but by the time she had went to buy one, they were all sold
: ( But that’s alright, it turned out to be a beautiful sunny day
(again) and I really enjoyed the island, even though I was by myself.
There are multiple beaches on this
island, with tons of sea shells too. In fact one side, there was ...
... way of live, maybe sipping a bottle of wine and watching the world go by, but alas we were taking cover wherever possible to escape the rain. Fortunately the city planners have built lots of arcaded streets to shelter from the sun (and the rain I am sure) but with it being a Monday, which to the French is a bit like a half hearted Sunday with most shops remaining closed, the streets were not full of expectant shoppers either. It was ...