Hotel Le Christina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We've made it to France! We travelled down to Plymouth last night and stayed in a ropey hotel - very Faulty Towers! After checking in we were both a bit worried about the bikes on top of the car so went out to get them in the pouring rain and kept them in our room. When we got up this morning the rain was still going but we managed to put the bikes back on the car and get to the ferry port without any problems. Once we were on the ferry and had explored a bit we managed ...
Treacle came off her steroids last Wednesday and remained well for several days, but unfortunately yesterday she was sick and today she has diarrhoea again, isn't eating and is very quiet. Lets hope this is just a bug she has picked up and not the return of the colitis.
As if in sympathy with Treacle not being well, the motorhome obviously decided that it too should have a problem. I returned today ...
... because we were mostly off the road on bike paths or on very quiet roads. Backside, neck, shoulders and wrists complaining loudly by now. I choose to ignore them and admire the scenery. They persist. Fortunately. The last 4kms of the ride involved iced water and a ride along a cycle path that wound its way beside the estuary to the hotel. Great scenery and the iced water was wonderful. 66kms covered today!!! I know some people who don't ...
... 55kms for the day! Well done us. After a freshen up, Rob and I are out on foot to explore the village. It really is lovely. ( I know I keep saying that.) along the canal de midi, the houses mostly looked unkempt, few gardens and while quaint, the older parts of town looked a bit worn. Albert, our host at Argen Minervois, told us that the French don't much care for the way their houses look on the outside. Brittany, at ...
... The arrival into St Nazaire was around 8.30pm, have to love sunset at 10pm!
While St Nazaire is a quiet little town, it sits at the mouth of the Loire River, upon which flying boats landed in the 30's as their last stop before Southampton, where passengers disembarked and ...