Hotel Restaurant l'Ocean
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... around a business park and then down to the port (where the Vendee Globe yacht race calls in) before eventually finding our correct route. Needless to say the air was getting bluer by the minute. We arrived at Talmont St Hilaire around lunchtime so pulled on to the aire along with lots of other French folk having their lunch and followed suit. By 2.00pm they had all left, just us and ...
... walk around the port area of the town was followed by a lovely lunch at a dockside restaurant. Think the photo will tell the story. We first met Carol and Yoann when they Couch-surfed with us and then we stayed with them in Brittany on our last trip to France. Since then they have married and they shared their wedding album with us over lunch along with their Australian album in which we featured. We then caught an electric ferry across to the main town and walked along ...
... the weather, because I know that in the not too distant future I will be dreaming of being cool and damp. (noticed it's 28 degrees in Rome..)
Interweb access is likely to be tricky for the next few days because I'm planning to spend some more nights wild camping now I've broken the duck on the coast below Bordeaux. Looks like the weather might perk up soon, if not I'll crack on towards country number two, ...
... of Cristallin from a distance and in photos, its pale stone walls decorated with mauve wisteria.
Then look closer at the beastly blackberry canes with their sharp spikes; the stinging nettles; the dark English ivy that covers all it encounters, rips into the stonework and infiltrates the drains; the wisteria vines attacking the windows, tearing down pipes and electrical wires.
You can see what I mean here:
We left Renes and headed for La Rochelle, a pretty little sea side village. Such a pretty place, buzzing with people, tourists, restaurants. We had lunch at there and walked around the area and took photos etc. from here we headed towards our next city which was Bordeaux. Bordeaux was quite a big place but quite pretty. We arrived at our accommodation La Maison Bordeaux, After navigating through very tiny streets, and to lark the car, well Yep mr beans car would of ...