Hotel L'Aquarelle

26, boulevard du Marechal-Lyautey, La Rochelle, Poitou-Charentes, 17000, France | Hotel
 

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A travel blog entry by john.hudson22

  • Oh well -we aimed at la rochelle but sudenly realised we were a day early so have made a stop at ile de re. Very pretty town and harbour area , well worth the visit and deserves a picture. If you ever make this port stay a couple of days and watch the boats when they arrive and leave -harbour has locked entry and ...

Cognac and other bevies

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2

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... picturesque. We did the obligatory tasting and ended up sharing a case between us. The campsite was free but the wine cost about $6 a bottle each couple! Not bad especially with the view, the quiet, the friendly hosts and in this case toilets which get a 5 out of 5 as they have a toilet seat, toilet paper, water to wash your hands, soap and paper towels.....luxury!!! It has been a learning experience here in France - mostly no paper, frequently no seat and almost always no soap and ...

Ile de Re

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie

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An earlier start this morning - we were on the road by 8.20 so we could hit the autoroute. We got as far as La Rochelle, well to be exact, just off the coast: the Ile de Re. What a beautiful spot. An island jutting out into the Atlantic ocean, connected to the mainland by an impressive bridge, it looks like the French Riviera. We had a walk along the beach and a paddle, then decided that the beach ...

Deep in French territory

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2

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... when he ordered his main course in French. Trouble was the waitress had absolutely no idea what it was he wanted! Needless to say he loved the snails. We were up early next morning and headed off towards a little place near the coast called Carnac which was a pretty little town but as it was lunchtime nearly everything was closed until 2pm! The point of interest here is the acres and acres of Megalithes dating back some 350 to 500,000 ...

La Rochelle

A travel blog entry by faerenuff

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It was a relatively short drive from Brantome to La Rochelle, with the majority of the drive on very good secondary roads through pretty forests and farm land. So although we started late after the tour of the abbey we still made it to our hotel by two o'clock. To be frank I didn't know a great deal about La Rochelle beyond that it was on the seaside and that it had some towers protecting the old port. Our host, Eric gave us some old (circa 2008) tourist maps ...

Location

This hotel, located on 26, boulevard du Marechal-Lyautey, La Rochelle, is near Tour de la Lanterne, La Coursive, Rue du Palais, and Cathedrale St-Louis (La).
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