Le Grand Hotel de la Plage - Royan
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Return to Rochefort Since our return to Rochefort we have had a lovely relaxing time seeing friends, walking, cycling, shopping to name a few things. The first day after returning our friend Bob treated us to an oyster and white wine lunch on his boat DB, what a fantastic treat, what a lovely welcome back.The next day we got the handrails off Sega as we want to replace them with stainless steel ones as ours after 26 years are well worn out. Why is it jobs on a boat are ...
... came from Scotland…..so I might be wrong on all counts! OH, shattered impression!!
The shuttle into town was quick and easy, as was our visit. One hour, and we were done.
Back on board the ship we had a bit of lunch and read by the pool. It had to be done!
We made our way to the Marina Lounge for our tour of the Medoc and wine tasting at Chateau Tour du By. The drive through the Medoc was fascinating, our ...
... problem. Yes, really! This time it was the top box that was the issue - when I turned the key to open it nothing happened... Doh! The locking mechanism had somehow come undone and no amount of twisting or turning was going to open it. Gloves off, **********, knife out - time for action again. While Peter wedged the lid open a crack I managed after a few attempts to have the knife catch the latch and open the lid. The bad news was that reconnecting the lock up was beyond me ...
... in use some huts abandoned, then you turn the final corner before Rochefort and there is the transporter bridge a wonderful site.There are 4 working examples bridges left in the world,1 here in Rochefort, 1 in Bilbao in Spain which we have also been on and 1 in Newport Wales and 1 in India we think.The one on Rochefort used to be used to transport people and light goods across River Charente from Rochefort ...
... we called Solent Rigging who advertise in the Moody owners association magazine called Compass. The lady who helped us called Gail is an owner of a moody 422 what a coincidence. The next day was another sunny and warm one so we decided to go to the market to buy some squid and sea bream for the evening meal. The market in La Rochelle is always so busy every day until 1ish and on Wednesdays and Saturdays is even bigger. We bought some lovely squid which David prepared ...