Residence de France
Travel Blogs from La Rochelle
August 7thWe had a lovely time in Les Sables, got our washing of clothes, towels and bedding done and boat chores as at home, dusting, hoovering, polishing etc you have to do this weekly when living on a boat to keep everything looking and feeling good and we topped up with water and fresh food. I went to a cafe where they had wifi so I could update my days of my blog of course I had to have a drink while I was there ...
Today we woke up at 7:30 to drive to Arcechon. We drove for an hour and a half south, before getting the ferry across. We pulled up to the ferry terminal just as they were loading boats onto the ferry, what we call perfect timing! After a half an hour ferry crossing, we drove to our ...
Today was our second day at our campsite next to the beach. This morning, Max and Dad went on a really long bike ride to get breakfast, stopping off by a fort for breakfast before bringing croissants and bread back for me and Mum. Mum and Dad went on the beach and I read two books as ...
Today we were planning to stay at the side of a road, when we found a campsite opposite. We went into reception to see if there were any free pitches and found that there were plenty. After we had set up, we explored, and then Max and I headed to the beach. We stayed on the beach for most of the day. Mum burned a lot ...
... of tanks, thousand of fishes, marine life and plants. The colors are amazing and the close up view of jelly fish, sea horses, sharks, turtles, rays, corals was better than you can see diving and snorkeling in the wild. They did not have pamphlets in English and we skipped the audio guide. There are some signs with brief English description but it was left entirely up to us to discover was was in the tanks.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed