Le Moulin de Cierzac Hotel
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Friday 30 October. Left Bordeaux and headed for Jarnac. Not a long drive. Very pretty countryside, parts of it looked familiar. Bit like coming home, which after two months is looking good. It will certainly be great to take the bags out of the car and not have to put them all back in the morning. Stopped at the supermarket and got some milk and headed for 3 Allee Grand Maisons. Relaxed for the rest of the afternoon. Went for a walk down ...
Arrived in beautiful St Jean de Luz as well as crossing the border into France. St Jean de Luz is a wonderful medium sized town on the waters edge. Stayed in a holiday place a few kilometres out but only a hundred or so metres to the sea. Wonderful to walk down there and have a coffee or a meal. There were even surf board riders in wet suits catching, I must say, some waves to rival Australia's. Dave drove us into the main town a couple of times where ...
... now for siesta, and after a couple of calls to the car leasing company, found on my phone, a garage up on the hill behind us. The boys changed the tyre to the thin little temporary one, drove the car back up the hill and left Noels and myself with the bags on the side of the road. Fortunately for us there was a bit of park like land where we dragged the bags to to get out of the wind and cold. Unfortunately for the boys, the mechanic had gone home and ...
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 ...
... would be full of beach chairs and umbrellas for rent in a few weeks time. We were treated to an aerobatic display overhead by three airforce planes, as the French airforce was celebrating 80 yrs, not being able to read French, we are not sure 80 yrs of what...and they had a huge marqui set up on the beach with real planes, simulators and info on display. Mia actually sat in the cockpit of a fighter plane! Maybe a future pilot in our midst :) Of course all the shops close ...