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For the one week of holidays that we have, Bridget had the fantastic idea of chosing something fun to do everyday, like going to different places close by La Rochelle with the train or just having La Rochelle days, where we explore the city.
DAY ONE: We decided to go to Rochefort. Rochefort is about a 20 minute train ride down the coast and is about a quarter of the population of La Rochelle. Because it was a Sunday and we had arrived so early, the ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
... not of the cheese fame- that's in the north of France) but it is famous for building many a France's warships from 1660 until early 1900 under Louis 14th.
It's also infamous for being one of the first Concentration camps, as in the French Revolution (1790), nearly 1000 Roman Catholic priests were incarcerated on prison ships to provide cheap labour for working on the dockyards, because they would not ...
... the way the tolls from San Sebastian to Blaye came to about €12.00 in 4 pieces. You get very good at having the card ready as you approach the barrier.
It was €6.55 to park for the night which is barrier controlled and toilets are on site too.
Fortuitously there is a small restaurant adjacent and a humble pizza and few beers at 21:00 before he closed was a worthy reward after a lot of driving.
It will take me a month to get back to Irish time for going to ...
... in tasting these so had to find some that had 'Blanc, Rose et Rouge'. After travelling a number of kilometres along narrow country roads we found our first winery only for it to be closed for lunch (12.30 to 2.30) and a very impatient wife banging the plates in the kitchen to indicate to the husband that his lunch was on the table! The second one we got a better reception both from the dog ...