Hotel Les Grenettes
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... and messages coming through which I replied to, it's so lovely to keep in touch with my friends at school, but it's also lovely not to have to do school work of an evening and weekend, get up leisurely and decide during breakfast what our plan is for the day. I have settled into this way of life very well and love it. I am so relaxed I even did some sewing which I dislike with a passion but didn't mind it at all. David's eyes nearly popped out he took photo for evidence.As you ...
... helps me to lay on some electricity and I repay him with a beer in the informal bar where we are joined by another Dutch couple and their lovely daughter who speak very good English. Mela, is finishing her final year at school and wants to go abroad to learn a bit of English at a worthwhile project for a few weeks. We talked about TCP which is a bit of a long way to travel from Holland to speak English ...
... it first I would have been warned! 'Steak Tartare is a savoury dish made from raw beef that is ground or finely chopped. A few unfortunate souls have ordered it, thinking it was steak with tartare sauce'. Surely not?! YES. OK SO I KNOW THAT NOW! It wasn't too bad, even with the egg yolk on top (raw too? I have no idea!) The pommes frite were nice and I did eat most of it although cunningly hid some in my napkin. Trick learned from my ...
... weeks at the end of our stay there. And so it came to pass that climate change has again scuppered the best laid (well, that may be a bit of an exaggeration!) plans. Probably a lovely site under pine trees (dripping) and the long Atlantic beach so loved by holidaymakers looking for something a bit more exciting than the soft ...
... it has now been replaced by a modern road bridge and is being kept in good order as a national monument and tourist attraction taking people and bikes across the river for 1 euro each way.As you approach Rochefort marina you pass a long building called the Corderie Royale, it was used for making ropes for ships of the line during the napoleonic years now it's used as a tourist attraction with offices, shops, a ...