Le Grand Hotel de la Plage - Royan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... easy to hide. They’re long and don’t fit in any type of
bag. (If you want an idea for Dragon’s Den, make a bag for
baguettes, first research to see if that product already exists). I
wonder, if I walked around my home town, would I see just as many
people with their groceries, including our small loaves of bread?
Probably not, not because we don’t eat bread, but because most
people have vehicles and buy their groceries for weeks at a time, ...
... like a plan to me! From there, the 3 of us will continue
on to Montpellier, Marseille, to see Baptiste (Ryan’s exchange
student from when he was in grade 10) Nice, Monaco, and Lyon too, on
our way back to Rochefort.
Héctor and I would really like to go
to Barcelona, so we will do that the first part of our vacation,
while Dana will be in Bordeaux visiting one of her other friends.
Then we will meet up with Dana in Toulouse. I think it will be ...
... 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 ...
... or La Rochelle for school,
those are the closest towns to their home, and I would imagine that
those kids would go to boarding schools instead of making the trip
back and forth each day. The island itself is quite tiny, it took
about 2 hours to walk the trail that follows the coast line. It was a
gorgeous walk and I took my time as I had almost 5 hours to do as I