Hotel Du Moulin Du Val De Seugne
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we woke up relatively early to be able to leave our campsite in Maubuisson to catch the ferry across from Royan. Catching the ferry took us across a piece of the ocean and saved us a four hour journey to drive around it. The ferry crossing took, about half an hour, and we pulled up just as they were boarding people onto the ferry. After we had crossed over, we got back into our campervan and ...
What can I say about the last week..... Aaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh.... Rest, wine, amazing food, sun, rest, wine, amazing food, sun :) We arrived on Friday, but our house was only free from Saturday so we we stayed the night with friends of the Lewis's, Liz and Mike. The became our Bezzies for the next week. What was supposed to be an early night after a long ...
OK we made it under the bridge at Olerone, we had to set off before dawn 6 am, which was a bit of a problem as we had all got back to the boat at around 2am after a memorable evening!!! We had to get through the difficult passage under the bridge and through to the sea, then spent the day fighting the tide.
The decision today was whether to take the mast down here or further up the river,we have decided for a number ...
Temperatures in the thirties today. En route to the town of Cognac, we stopped off at another beautiful village (are there any ugly ones over here?) called Saintes, which sits on the Charente River. It was the former Gallo-Roman capital of Aquitaine and dates from the 1st century AD. We found the ancient double-arched town gates, and a small archaeology museum housing unearthed statues, columns and associated ...
... English, but she was lovely, speaking and playing with little Mia, to which Mia responded with glee and was incredibly cute. Thursday Another lazy breakfast followed by a trip into Royan, wanting to visit the market that is on most days of the week. Royan is the main port town, so very busy and very much geared to the tourist trade. With it's sweeping beachfront and many, many shops I am glad we are not here in high season. It is definitely upmarket, and I can imagine ...