Family Golf Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... separate bottle of rum included!
And of course coffee ice cream, unavailable in New Zealand or Spain.
We both love the classic Moules Frites, (mussels and chips) particularly the Rochefort cheese sauce version, where you end up with an incredible cheesy musselly soup at the bottom of the pan once you have emptied the mussel shells. (and why do the little mussels here have so much more flavor than the big green ...
... town called Port des Barques.We sailed into the river with just the Genoa up and in the far distance we could see the transporter bridge which is not far from Rochefort, a lovely sight to see for us both, the river has very brown water because it's full of mud in suspension which is washed off the very fertile farming land along the banks of the river.It is common for commercial shipping to steam up to the Commercial Port of Rochefort to deliver wood ...
... night before heading to Spain. He retired from teaching this month so we decided we would take him out for a meal to celebrate, we went to one of the local restaurants called Le Cocotier. We have been here many times and never been disappointed with the food and the staff are always so helpful and friendly, also a very reasonable price. We would recommend them to anyone visiting St Denis, you walk out of the marina towards the town and you find it on ...
... Caprais de Blaye.
The Aire in St. Paul is being re-surfaced but note that apart from shop which closes at 19:30 there is nothing else in the village by way of facilities.
We must have passed signs for 100 Chateau or Caves in our evening journey through the heart of the wine region. The neat rows of the vines are such a beautiful sight.
We crossed over the Gironde and the Dordogne en-route the waters that are so essential to the Bordeaux heartbeat.
... just wish I could've appreciated it more. Missed our train by 15 minutes (and the toilets were closed). The moral of this story is to always have a Plan B for the trains; and use a loo whenever there's one available! I had to go to a bar.
We had an hour or so to fill in when we got to Bordeaux, so we walked towards the river. It was going to be too far, so we just sat and watched the world go ...