Hotel La Galiote
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Ile de Re
... get an ice cream-they were amazing, I got brownie, which was just vanilla ice cream with brownie chunks and it was divine! With our ice creams in hand we wandered along the port and up a street which had all of the tourist shops, which were very pretty and we decdied to visit them all on the way back. Once we finished our sugary feast we looked inside the main church and then climbed up the incredibly steep steps to look out across the entire village, which ...
... at all! But it's not all bad-I managed to talk to Vic Uni and they allowed me to reduce my course load, so now I have 4 hours less a week, which is fabulous!
On Mondays I have started contemporary dancing, which is still kind of a joke because I have decided I'm not particularly coordinated surprise surprise, and I caused the whole row of dancers with me to get messed up because I got the direction wrong... but it's a great workout and I now know ...
Lazy day up about 10 done lots of chores went for a walk after lunch and bought a bag of Moules they are just cooking of course I had to open the wine to cook them so sipping a small glass. Trying out the oven today got some chicken cooking slowly for later. Pictures as promised ...
The bikes are out for their inaugural trip to the market for fruit veg bread and wine we arrived at lunch time it's a lovely place will take some pics we are on the Atlantic coast. Sorry forgot the pics now it's gone dark so you can look at all the fruit we bought at the market and Suz making corned beef hash for tea. We are watching hunger games. Staying here a couple of nights we need to stand still for a while been on the move since ...
... its medieval port and churches survive,there is even the only medieval lighthouse in the world(not sure on that)...here too. Cobbled streets with shops set back under the first floor of houses making cool walkways for people and proaduce alike are lovingly kept. Their market is great too, a permanent structure that takes place every day is all chichi and pricey while the outdoor market caters for us all. We bought oysters, mussels, fresh herbs,fruit and a new favourite- ...