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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> The cheeses- particularly camembert, but also the herby Boursin, which we have found here wrapped in palma ham in little mouth sized cylinders. Wow.
Scallops St Jacques in their shell in a mornay sauce.
Large Vol au Vents, filled with mushroom and chicken, or ham.
Anyone who lived in England would know about our favourite desert- Rum Babas, with syrup coated sponge soaked in rum and with fruit on top. ...
... We decided to head to the others side of the island again, starting in La Flotte. This was a nice little town with a little marina, perfect for a wander. As rain stopped play yesterday we headed back to Saint Martin. It was much nicer in the dry and we wandered stopping for a drink and some great gelato. We treated ourselves to 3 scoops each and sat in the marina. We rode back and stopped at a shop filling Kaths basket, it was a great purchase if I do say ...
... canals dug out by the monks of a local abbey so that they could farm the swampy area. Today it's a very pleasant boat ride in punts, preferably with a guide poling you along as the history, flora and fauna is explained.
Finally, back to La Rochelle for a few more photos.
The final ...
... and seeing Alice on FaceTime, was a super extra birthday present for me. It is always so lovely catching up with our family but today being my birthday was even more special. I had a super day and in the evening our friends returned to Sega for a bottle of Prossecco to toast my birthday and Nick and Dot's wedding anniversary, Chris Flew on Grassholm joined us as well, then off we went to Oliver's Cooks for mussels, wine and David H playing his ...
... we went off for our last cycle of the week along the coast finishing with an ice cream for David and a sorbet for me, perfect.The mussels were really lovely washed down with Rose wine, as you do, we used the mussel dishes and our silver plated mussel eaters, you use these instead of the mussel shells, the girls gave us these items as presents a few years ago. What a lovely way to end a superb week in St Denis.The next day we were planning to sail to Ile d'Aix