Hotel Les Goelands
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... means I can load her up. French stick in basket we cycled home and had another bbq. This time pork, beef kebab and some sausages. After we headed down to see the entertainment and watched the local band bang out some hits..... We stayed for a little bit and then headed back to bed. A full sunny day so we were very happy.
Another hot morning today, we decided to hit the beach. We cycled down and stayed for 5 odd hours with some bat and ball, Frisbee and ...
... heavily fortified. Interestingly, for 70 years in 1154 this area was British under Henry 2nd. During the 100 years war in 1360 La Rochelle again came under british rule, but only for 12 years. Then later it featured as a French Protestant stronghold against the Catholics, supported by Britain. ...
... as it meant we had more time with them. That evening we all went out for a meal in Rochefort to a lovely restaurant in the corner of the main town square. They were staying in their camping car which they parked by the marina, they often travel to Spain and Portugal, on their way down or back they call to see us, which we love.The next day we spent together including having a beer as you do.......sitting in the square with the sun shining. In ...
... bays close by. In a café, six oysters will cost around E9-12 (NZ$14- $18, but in the market they cost around E6 for a dozen, as long as you open them yourself.
Time to put on a sarong to avoid splashing myself!
Don't forget you can click on photos to get bigger ones or save them- I know that the last photo will go viral..... Bye for now.
... night before heading to Spain. He retired from teaching this month so we decided we would take him out for a meal to celebrate, we went to one of the local restaurants called Le Cocotier. We have been here many times and never been disappointed with the food and the staff are always so helpful and friendly, also a very reasonable price. We would recommend them to anyone visiting St Denis, you walk out of the marina towards the town and you find it on ...