Hotel La Galiote
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
2 Islands and a beach resort <br style="color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.701961); font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);">We woke to a beautiful sunrise and sea like glass, we decided it was time to move further South so David worked out a course for Ile de Noirmoutier, the last time we called in here was years and years ago, the girls were very young. There was not a breath ...
... the market this morning. We saw grape vines, so wine is also produced.
The architecture of the buildings was different from what we have seen elsewhere. The houses and fences were mainly white with coloured shutters and the roofs had orange terracotta tiles. We have not been to Greece or Spain, but we felt that perhaps these villages were similar to those found in these countries.
Returning home was a little more challenging, even with ...
... to the hotel, are introduced to our bikes and helmets, have a try on for size and then head indoors to get ready for dinner. We meet the group for pre dinner drinks and a bit of a chat about the week and, in particular, tomorrow's ride and then we dine together in the hotel restaurant. Dinner is lovely and our package includes wines which Graeme chooses. He does pretty well too. After a very full dinner, we're off to bed to sleep before our first day of ...
... but might not) and the out into the wider harbour. As it's Saturday, there appears to be thousands more yachts and motor boats our cruising and enjoying the wonderful day. After about an hour, we circle around Fort Boyard which has been built in the middle of the sea between two islands, Ile-d'Aix and Ile-d'Oleron in the 1800s by Napoleon Bonaparte. It took 30 years to complete, needing 20 years to build the foundations. Apparently ...