Le Grand Hotel de la Plage - Royan
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Sainte-Martin-de-Ré in the port but it was idyllic! We walked along the big stone wall that separated us from the sea and looked out at the fantastic view having the chance to take many photos!
Next it was time for another museum about boats and the marine history of Île de Ré, which was pretty cool and had lots of paintings, sculptures, a private garden and puzzles, the latter of which Bridget and I took to straight away.
Afterwards we ...
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 ...
... gallon of mussels. I had a fish salad. The best ever and, so fresh. The town had a lovely square with Shops! After...we sat and people watched. Ice cream time. 17.00hrs. Our accommodation is nearby on foot. Wow, it's like a palace inside. Decor superb, furnished like a Chateau. High ceilings with Crystal chandeliers, grand entrance and stairs. Wooden flooring, chic art and tasteful pictures. Our bedroom fit for Kylie. Go on Trip Advisor to ...
... for next year..
What is it with this area and Hollyhocks? They are flowers which are found absolutely everywhere here, almost every crack in the pavement seems to be sprouting them.
If anyone can advise us, we would like to know!
We are currently back in Spain enjoying the heat for eight nights, before we head off to Greece.
More from there in a week or so!
Bye for now,
Christine and Richard
... town called Port des Barques.We sailed into the river with just the Genoa up and in the far distance we could see the transporter bridge which is not far from Rochefort, a lovely sight to see for us both, the river has very brown water because it's full of mud in suspension which is washed off the very fertile farming land along the banks of the river.It is common for commercial shipping to steam up to the Commercial Port of Rochefort to deliver wood ...