Hotel Residence Les Flots
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Hermione.Now it's time to leave Rochefort and fly from La Rochelle to Bristol and then onto Turkey for our holiday to celebrate my retirement and David's 60th birthday in October, no I know he doesn't look it I can hear you all saying........ What a wonderful time we have had since leaving Plymouth on July 22nd. Now we have other plans ahead before returning to Sega in February to get her ready for the season ahead. It will be good to be back with all our friends in ...
... in front of you. Heavy sigh.
All showered and ready for dinner. Tonight in restaurant Tosca. Good wine shall be drunk, I guarantee you!! Both Tosca & Polo are on the sister ships, so we are quite familiar with them and their fare. I am looking forward to dinner tonight. Who am I kidding? I’m ALWAYS looking forward to dinner (well, with maybe one exception which I can’t name here for fear of exposure)!!
Off to ...
... struck again in the form of one sunbaked bike that had been sitting toasting in the ferry queue for way too long (20 minutes). Toasty Tiger point blank refused to start again! She really was developing a personality now, some would say a little like my own - I knew she would go again, but only when she was good and ready and certainly not in direct sunlight. Luckily there was a slight downward slope towards the boat and the friendly Frenchman directing traffic gave me a ...
... it has now been replaced by a modern road bridge and is being kept in good order as a national monument and tourist attraction taking people and bikes across the river for 1 euro each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 ...
... to another boat with an Irish family on for more wine.... Hic. We finally eat late but not what we had planed sometimes this happens sometimes doesn't it. The next day we had a lovely cycle ride before lunch, went to pay our berth fees to Christian who is the captain of port, we always find the staff here so helpful and welcoming to us. After lunch we went into the town to have a walk, on the way we came across a man as a statue in Army gear, every time someone put ...