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Travel Blogs from Royan
... they made they offered us a tasting which was most enjoyable and we bought some cognac and some of their gorgeous Pineau. As they are farmers and have 200 hectares of grain as we'll there was an immediate hook up with Leicester and although neither could speak each other's language there was communication flowing with hand movements etc and soon they were both up in the combined harvester with the engine running and things moving up and down. I think they really enjoyed the contact ...
... would be full of beach chairs and umbrellas for rent in a few weeks time. We were treated to an aerobatic display overhead by three airforce planes, as the French airforce was celebrating 80 yrs, not being able to read French, we are not sure 80 yrs of what...and they had a huge marqui set up on the beach with real planes, simulators and info on display. Mia actually sat in the cockpit of a fighter plane! Maybe a future pilot in our midst :) Of course all the shops close ...
... on Wednesdays, so we headed out to Soulac sur Mer, the town just north of the Euronat resort. A holiday town, with a beachfront, lots of camping grounds and a vibrant township. The heavens opened while we were there, heavy rain that slashed the town with high winds, but after only an hour it had gone and the sun was out again. Back to the beach we went again, this time armed with a bottle of rose, crisps and sunblock. Thursday Today we rented bikes for the rest of our ...
... the afternoon driving through the vineyard countryside and visiting various chatueax.Once back on board we had more wine and oyster tasting with the chef and sommelier!
AJ, our cruise director provides a daily overview of the following days activities. As we spent more time with him on the ship we thought he was amazing - always there to answer questions, taking passenger inventory at the start of and end of every tour, and did lots of heavy lifting.
We had almost 50 miles to cover on Sunday, so we left early once again as the sun was gathering its strength for another hot, sunny, cloudless day.
This time there was no wind whatsoever, so the motor stayed on all day. We did get the sails out, but all the wind we were seeing was apparent, i.e. generated by our own movement.
The good thing about travelling with no wind at all, though, is that the sea is totally ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed