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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews L'Albatros Saint-Trojan les Bains
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... and bread outside. It all looked so fresh, like at our markets in Melbourne. Again, the range of goodies was amazing - loved looking at the butchers with what looked like dark, well hung meat as well as such yellow, corn-fed chicken or rabbits skinned and ready to cook, but with their heads left on. This also happens with a lot of poultry - you know it is fresh this way! We love seeing the ranges of cheese on offer, even the same cheese at one stall but ...
... to the hotel, are introduced to our bikes and helmets, have a try on for size and then head indoors to get ready for dinner. We meet the group for pre dinner drinks and a bit of a chat about the week and, in particular, tomorrow's ride and then we dine together in the hotel restaurant. Dinner is lovely and our package includes wines which Graeme chooses. He does pretty well too. After a very full dinner, we're off to bed to sleep before our first day of ...
... t figure out where they were coming from for a while but eventually could see a glow and then a few fireworks. Seems they were a long way off. Another great day! More good news is that Rob rang the cycling company who we start a tour with tomorrow and the guy finally answered his phone and confirmed that the tour is on and they are expecting us. We've been trying to contact him for months but he ignores emails and phone messages. Odd but all ...
... doesn't work very well on the island - keeps cutting in and out").
Cotiniere was seething with tourists - it's small, so not a lot of room for them. Our place was right on the beach - we tried walking on the sand, but it wasn't at all firm. We did walk around the 'town' a couple of times. Had take away fish and chips, with take away beer and wine, and ate on a bench overlooking the harbour. Fantastic.
... of around 80,000 so its not a little town. The little bridge spans 2.9km and is bigger than the Auckland harbour bridge by miles. It is a spectacular bridge and you had to pay 8 euros to cross it. Not quite what we were expecting. The island is 30km long and five km wide and cycle paths crisscross all over it. Basically its a tourist island but we have not seen it in its best light so it has failed to enthral. I don't really ...