Hotel Le Rochelois
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... After our museum visit we had lunch and visited a beautiful church. Next we found a boat museum that was open, where we saw many small boat models, which seems to be a reoccuing thing in Poitou-Charentes- it's very rich in boat histoy!
As it was quite a chilly day we also spent a good wee while in a café drinking hot chocolate and defrosting before we decided to take an early train back as we had miscalculated a bit that Rochefort on a Sunday doesn't need ...
... Netherlands and it was funny because we had both seen each other a lot and had done friendly faces at each other but had never talked, so we got talking and then I got talking to Nicola, who is from Germany and who is also staying for a year!
The next day a new friend of mine (Lucie) invited a lot of us over to her place which is the residence just across from mine for a little dinner, which was so much fun! There were a lot of us, French and ...
Lazy day up about 10 done lots of chores went for a walk after lunch and bought a bag of Moules they are just cooking of course I had to open the wine to cook them so sipping a small glass. Trying out the oven today got some chicken cooking slowly for later. Pictures as promised ...
The bikes are out for their inaugural trip to the market for fruit veg bread and wine we arrived at lunch time it's a lovely place will take some pics we are on the Atlantic coast. Sorry forgot the pics now it's gone dark so you can look at all the fruit we bought at the market and Suz making corned beef hash for tea. We are watching hunger games. Staying here a couple of nights we need to stand still for a while been on the move since ...
... 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 ...