Hotel Le Bord'O
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... two days here we decided to take a train into the next big city. When we got to the train station we found that the next train was a two hour wait. Needless to say we didn't wait but walked back to the church and had a look around the crypt.
The campsite is small but has very new facilities. Pete found a very informative sign on the back of the toilet door, I told him he should try out the all of the pictures! ...
... woman, it is important to pay a kindness on and we have experienced kindness everywhere we have been in France.
Travelling on from La Rochelle to Brouage
Brouage was founded in 1555 by Jacques de Pons on the Bay of Biscay facing the Atlantic Ocean. Its economy was based on salt and access to the sea. The town was fortified between 1630 and 1640 by ...
... which is a huge concert for just French musicians. We didn't go into the festival but we were able to listen from outside, which was pretty cool. We ate ice-cream, and Papi showed me the major landmarks of the city.
Every French person or family I have had the pleasure to meet have all been extremely nice and patient. It's not easy to try and keep up with a conversation at the dinner table, so they would often stop and ask me questions ...
... to stay a maximum of 3 nights. It was not really my taste, so I only stayed one night, it was in the middle of a residential area, very quiet, but I couldn't see what you would do here for 3 days, it was too far from the sea and town, anyway, the town wasn't somewhere I would want to spend much time ...
... the ball. Everyone was is good humour and enjoyed their game, even encouraging Bella to come and talk to them, of course she wouldn't have anything to do with them, but she did still want their ball. I was tempted to stay for the night as it was so peaceful there but decided that I would make a move further south. Passing the muddy half land half sea and the oyster farms with their characteristic huts built on stilts in the mud. ...