Hotel de la Paix
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... dampen our spirits along with the mass of people who had also decided to descend on the town in their thousands! We only walked around for a couple of hours before making our way back to our car park for the night. By the time we arrived back we imagined that most of the cars would have left for the night….how wrong we were…….not only were there more cars but the motorhomes were still arriving too! This was not our idea of fun and ...
Bonjour, Bonjour, Bonjour
Most people you meet on the street will
say hi to you. It’s kind of nice. In Canada, we all try to avoid
each other for some reason, and if you say hi to the other
pedestrian, you get weird looks.
Yes, they say buuuuh, oui! Buuuuuh,
je crois pas! Buuuuh non ! A lot. I don’t know if they
say this « expression » more than English people say
ummm, or if i just ...
... in Europe, where if you take a language in
University, part of your schooling is to live abroad during your 3rd
year of school to immerse yourself in the language. What a great way
to do it! But of course, here in Europe, it is much more realistic
than in North America.
Anyways, Dana has a friend in Toulouse
she will be visiting for a few days Oct 21-23 ish and her friend has
said that Hector and I can also come along and stay at her house, so
... By lunchtime we had managed to avoid the heavy downpours but gave up our preferred stop overlooking the sun soaked beach for a garden centre entrance to escape the storm force winds. We had decided to push on towards Sable d'Olonne until torrential rain and winds forced us to shelter in a bus garage to re-group. Amazingly we opted to abort camping, let alone wild camping in favour of chamber d'hôtel. After ...
A real seaside day. Morning mists as we rose after our wet previous evening to breakfast standing up before setting off along the coast. Morning coffee at Chatelaillon-Plage with local dancing in regional costume to accordions, hurdy gerdys, flutes; then on towards La Rochelle with lunch overlooking the sea as ...