Hotel La Gueriniere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... by the pale sand swirling around our ankles. It was quite possibly one of the most beautiful place I have seen. We kept trying to use words to express our awe, but our voices seemed to interrupt the rushing of the sea. We picnicked near the water as we learned each others stories and lives. It was incredible to walk over the expansive dunes, knowing that just over that peak it would be even more breathtaking. Running down the sand (which we had to ...
It was doing to be a hot weekend so we headed out to the coast and checked into a campsite. Electric hook up and unlimited wifi seems like luxury. Arcachon turned out to be an upmarket holiday resort with chic town, massive villas and beautiful beaches. Plenty of cycling and swimming in the ...
... but their native language (French) witch makes it difficult to communicate because they don’t make an effort to speak English neither Spanish or Italian, their neighboring country’s. And to make it more difficult everything is written in French (menus, road sings, etc…) not to forget the cold ocean water and for most of the time the weather as well. This is the beautiful canvas that paints my life at the moment. I would say ...
... apparently, a hotel! I ran up to the top so I could take photos, no easy task, as walking in deep sand is very good exercise indeed! Luckily there was a set of stairs and a rope handrail for going up, and I plunged through the sand barefoot on the way down, quite fun, actually!
Quelle magnifique façon de passer la journée...
... the morning of the 26th. This was a source of excitement yet also provoked anxiety about breaking down, a situation which would surely cause me to miss the wedding and trip to Ireland I was so looking forward to. I drove the first part off the motorways, having initially intended to take it relatively slowly, which did provide pleasant views of some quaint french villages and classic tree-lined country roads (planted by Napoleon to shade the troops but now being cut down ...