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Travel Blogs from La Rochelle
- Oh well -we aimed at la rochelle but sudenly realised we were a day early so have made a stop at ile de re. Very pretty town and harbour area , well worth the visit and deserves a picture. If you ever make this port stay a couple of days and watch the boats when they arrive and leave -harbour has locked entry and ...
... our way to Cognac was the city of Saintes so we stopped there for some lovely patisserie and coffee. Roman architecture was present on the side of the river and we found a building full of edifices most dating back to the 1st century before heading off to Cognac where we visited the Hennessy house of Cognac. We took in the guided tour which included a small boat ride to the other side of the river before tasting and ten buying some of their rather nice Cognac. Our campsite for ...
... We have bought peaches, grapes, blueberries, and awesome strawberries. And we are definitely putting on weight with all the breads and pastries we've been eating! Fresh baguettes, croissants and decadent pastries - be they chocolate, caramel or fruit-based - are becoming a daily occurrence along with our morning coffees. Oh well, as someone famous once said - 'eat, drink and be merry, for ...
... at an Aire on the beach at Ile de Re (an island off La Rochelle) and it was gorgeous. White sands and 27 degrees. Wandering the beach we suddenly became aware that clothing was optional and we appeared to be the only ones wearing any! Tomorrow we head for Cognac. Just as I thought we had good coverage it disappeared again but I will post what I have done so far without some of the pictures I would have liked to put in so that there is something to ...
... set off to the unknown. We parked our car in the public car park two kilometres from the old harbour and started walking in. It turns out that La Rochelle has a proud history with it being founded in the eleventh century and electing a mayor in 1199. It had no feudal lords and grew into a trade centre with close links to England, Flanders and the Baltic States. It was a centre of Protestant belief and alighted itself with Henry IV in the religious wars. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed