BEST WESTERN Hotel Les Cleunes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... need a good cellar. The wines we have been purchasing from the supermarkets we have called 'pot luck wines' and we've been quite lucky. But it was good to be able to taste what you are actually buying. Back home via the supermarket to but tonight's dinner - pork fillet and vegetables filled by some beautiful little tarts that Beverly found. But before this we took our cheese platter and wine down ...
... table set, entree was served. Guess what? Prawns and oysters again!! We were supposed to have a main course but we weren't hungry so we will have that tomorrow night and have a second Mothers Day dinner! A fruit dessert and cheese platter finished the evening washed down with some wonderful wine. A lovely relaxing day and thank you to Carl, Kim, Helen and Amelia for their best ...
... before driving over a very long bridge with views of the remainder of Fort Louvois. Marennes is famous for its oysters and considered to be the 'capital' if the oyster growing area. Then we drove to the NW tip of the island to visit the Chassion lighthouse and surrounding gardens. Beverly ventured up the 224 steps while we waved to her from the gardens below. I'd ...
... La Rochelle. It was probably about 10k away and a very nice ride once I got through the wet gusset stage (bikers you know what I mean) It was a beautiful place and well worth the effort. The second-hand Scott I brought as a shopper had it's first proper excursion and it did brilliantly despite it's vee-brakes and pogo-stick RST forks.
I'm getting used to the idea of touring in a van now and enjoying it ...
... of Cristallin from a distance and in photos, its pale stone walls decorated with mauve wisteria.
Then look closer at the beastly blackberry canes with their sharp spikes; the stinging nettles; the dark English ivy that covers all it encounters, rips into the stonework and infiltrates the drains; the wisteria vines attacking the windows, tearing down pipes and electrical wires.
You can see what I mean here: