Hotel L'Aquarelle

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

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

You Say Goodbye and I Say Hello

A travel blog entry by slonge on Feb 01, 2015

... and they gave it to me at the end of the class. Without me even knowing it! Sneaky little kids. Then in the second class of sixièmes, the teacher, Lydia, brought candy to have at the end of class and I guess they organized beforehand that everybody bring a little bag of candy to share and one girl baked muffins. This class had also sung me a song, by the Beatles. Here are the lyrics. It was the cutest thing and I think I will really remember this ...

The History of Rope...and Rochefort

A travel blog entry by slonge on Jan 25, 2015

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This building, called la Corderie Royale, is where all of the ropes were made for different boats and ships, like Hermione. It is 374 meters long and the longest building in Europe. They had to make ropes close to 200 meters long and this explains the length of the Corderie Royale, because of the way the ropes were traditionally made in the past. The building was partially destroyed in a fire in 1944 during a bombing raid by the Germans. Later in ...

A Piece of History Coming to Life

A travel blog entry by slonge on Jan 25, 2015

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... br> that be to be able to see a wonderful family that I have had the pleasure of
getting to know in Canada? As well as seeing Hermione, something that has been
so famous here in Rochefort and the rest of the region the whole time I have
been in France. I don’t know if it’s really possible, but a girl can dream
right?

We had originally wanted to do a guided tour of the ship,
but when we went, all of the guided ...

Feeling Blessed

A travel blog entry by slonge on Jan 19, 2015

... shape and it is spreadable, you eat it as an appetizer on toast. Unfortunately, like many specialties, it is expensive. I looked at it in the grocery store this week and it was 15 euros for a little log….and that was the cheap stuff!

We also had duck breast, which I had once before at a different teacher’s house for dinner once. I quite like duck I have decided. And for dessert, (the mom was so cute) she came out of the kitchen with two different ...

Windswept Atlantic

A travel blog entry by lusan on Oct 09, 2014

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... are absolutely delicious, crisp crunchy baguette, prawns, and some kind of sea snail that is very tough and chewy with a very strange taste... Well, langoustines...? hmm not sure about those funny little tiny lobster things with very hard shells. We finish our lovely seafood lunch with a coffee. Second best coffee so far. As we leave we give our parking ticket and space to ...