Hotel Residence de Rohan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... needed to be done we have had lots of cycle rides to various towns around Rochefort with fantastic views and mostly flat...... a real bonus. As we have no car our bikes are our main form of transport and a great way to keep fit. I have also found that regular cycling has strengthened up my right knee which is a great relief for me.The market in Rochefort is also something we both like to go to especially on Saturdays as it is the biggest market of the week. We went to the fish ...
... thousand bottles, their wines sell in the 17 Euro range. I would not go out of my way to purchase these wines. Just an opinion. I have to say the Medoc region is QUITE different from either Napa or Sonoma. Flat or rolling hills adjacent to the estuary of the Dordogne and Garonne rivers – no mountains whatsoever. At this particular winery, because of their size, they pick all grapes by machines. We saw the huge combines out back – ...
... the end of his nose' who would complete this fine task. Eventually we found him (this wasn't easy mind you, don't mistake the briefness of this sentence for this being an easy search!) and he produced a fine blue coloured magical key for me. Another problem solved :) Having travelled through La Rochelle and Roquefort (yes, the cheese place) we stopped for lunch in a little village called Marennes, the entrance point to the island of Oléron. This is where the bike developed ...
... and restaurant.We arrived early so moored on the pontoon next to the Corderie Royale and chilled whitest waiting for the lock to open at 5.45pm. Bob our friend came to meet us so did Christian one of the marina staff, he helped sail Sega back to Plymouth back in June, it was lovely to see him again. A huge tanker came down the river before we went it he was going quite fast so we had to put fenders out between ...
August 18th to 23rdWe left St Denis at about 9.30am and went to put diesel in the boat, but the hose for the fuel was all twisted and we couldn't get it to reach Sega to refuel. We had to call the office and then 1 of the marina staff had to take the front and side of the fuel pump and unravel mess. Meanwhile they were other yachts and boats lining up to have their fuel.... Thankfully all was completed and filled up at a rather large cost and off we went towards beach on Ile ...