Hotel La Jetee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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11.30hrs. Pit stop at a lovely French village. My first experience in the local primitive WC's. You have to stand up! Weird. Even funnier was when you flushed.... the whole river came gushing through and I got soaked!!! Thanks! Simon next.... I forgot to share this information!!!! He got soaked too!! Ooooops. Such a scream. We must do that again soon !!!! Not. 13.30hrs . Arrived in Rochefort. A lovely harbour town. Lunch by the harbour and Simon ...
A day at sea. It was a rough night and morning with wind and sea measured at level 7. This settled once we reached the English Channel about 4pm. We stayed in bed for breakfast but got up for lunch and afternoon coffee and cake. Ron and I had turkey club sandwiches for lunch. Ron ate all 5 courses and I just had main course. Afternoon coffee ...
... with a view of the bay and marina. At the casino we walked away from the esplanade to Allée du Mail to the war memorial and to the Orbigny and Franck Delmas parks. At Porte Neuve the 18th century gates we entered into the town and past the bust of Réaumur (1683-1757) and into rue Réaumur with 18th century mansions. Into rue Eugène Fromentin to #11 where Valin the jurist lived. The Law Courts are in Rue du Palais, built 1783 ...
... and the drive is split two ways with a break at an Aire for our lunch and a quick play with our new rugby ball before heading off for the final drive to Saumur. Saumur, is on the Loire and was completely smashed just before D day due to the size of its train junction and the risk of the Southern German Das Reich battalions co I got up from Southern France by train. We are staying in the hotel Ibis and are welcomed ...
... river every 15 minutes or so, (with a break for lunch of course).
The fare is 2.60Euro per person per return trip, bikes go free.
Ourselves, and a lone Frenchman on a bicycle, are the only passengers.
When he sees me taking photographs of Kathleen, he kindly volunteers ...