Hotel De L'Univers
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... in France, and were fortunate to have fine and fairly warm weather for almost the entire trip. Both of us have been impressed, again, by the people, who were always kind and helpful. I try to use a few very basic French words or phrases or point to word in the French-English Phrase book, but there are still occasions I can't work out what a word means or how to express something, but there is often someone speaks some English or ...
... Charente-Maritime department of the Poitou-Charentes.
The town developed around its military harbour when Louis XIV, in the 17th century, had an important naval base built here on what was previously a region of swamps and marshes A short distance east of here, the large 17th century buildings that include the arsenal and the corderie are on the banks of the Charente river. Over the centuries ...
... in the middle of the two fastest lanes, Lucas pulls into the slow lane beside him and the driver glances over at us and puts his foot down and that is the last we see of him. He must have been pulling 200 k as he rounded the gentle bend in the road as he disappears into the darkness.
Morning breaks through the gloom and the fog has given way to drizzling rain. Stuck behind a convoy of trucks travelling at 60 klm for nearly 30 klms. Lucas is nearly off ...
... it back in January with Hayley and we didn't get past the Chateau and museum. This time, Les and I didn't even get to the Chateau and museum! Like many French cities, they have a tourist route - this one was a green line painted on the football that visitors can follow with the help of a guide from the Tourist Office. We have done this in other cities and it is a fabulous way of getting to see the major points of interest. And get plenty of exercise as ...
... and sandbanks, so provides interesting viewing when you are cycling near it. The river has suffered a great deal from the abuses of the industrial era when it was mined for sand and also when the estuary was dredged to allow increasingly large boats to sail as far as Nantes, an important centre of trade in days gone by. Riverbanks have been eroded leading to widening of the riverbed and an increase in the number and surface area of the sandbanks. Apparently it will take ...