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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the toilets and the showers and they were definitely the worst so far - no toilet seats or toilet roll! After dinner and beer we decided to check out the massive dune behind the campsite. It was 140 steps up a ladder in the sand and then about the same again with no ladder. It was worth it when we got to the top though. Amazing views and we made plans to go up again to watch the sunset and have a beach BBQ another day.
The next morning was quite cloudy but we had ...
... been naughty taking their photo but they were enjoying life so much I couldn't resist. Its been a lovely day and at the moment Kerry is chief chef and has made rissoles without flour, as we have none and has just had to make do with whats in the cupboard. He has done a fine job. I have to tell you about French supermarkets. I start to salivate as I enter as there is so much choice and its all so delicious. So many cheeses, meats, salamis, ...
... way to Hotel Mermoz even though only Mesfin was staying there before I back-tracking to Hotel L'Airial with Peter and Sue. It turned into a pleasant afternoon and we didn't get rained on.
Caroline had checked in at L'Airial. I cleaned up then had a little nap while she went out for a run. When she got back and cleaned up, we re-packed the bike bags in the van. It had been done haphazardly that morning; now the van was much better organized and will be easier to ...
... their hotel has a bar!
We are just back from a very pleasant dinner, the results of which are in these photos. Hard to believe that one can have a three-course meal, a half litre of nice wine and a coffee for about $25. Caroline managed to stuff 10 of us in the van for the return journey. We are off tomorrow at 8am for what is forecast to be a rainy ...
... towards the Atlantic coast - so much so that at times it was reminiscent of the prairies; indeed as the edges of the road ahead seemed to merge at the vanishing point one would be forgiven for doubting that we were still actually in France.
With my knee telling me it still hadn't fully recovered from an injury sustained playing ball hockey a few weeks back, half-way through the ride I opted not ...