Hotel des Dunes
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... down to the riverfront, and ran around the perimeter of the island to meet us. It's ***********tain that kind of excitement. On the way back, after the rest of the Striplings had headed back to the hotel (or, in Mitch's case, to the crypts under Notre Dame), I took Emma to my first "home" in France, Shakespeare and Co, where I slept on one of the beds upstairs until my landlady could get my Paris apartment ready. There was a reading group going ...
... this way - how the dedication to art as a living, continuous thing trumps in so many cases their obsession with simply preserving history. We saw the same thing the following afternoon at Notre Dame, guided by Emma. There, in the middle of the ancient cathedral (completed 850 years ago) is a contemporary pulpit, sleek modern figures carved in stone. Notre Dame, too, is alive. It's hard to imagine such a thing in the states, where we have theme parks to history. ...
... manages, through some special magic of its own, to embody the very idea of Paris, if that makes any sense. Or at least, that's how it seemed as we stepped into the sunshine. And then on to practicalities: to our hotel, to a well-deserved shower, and then down to Depart San Michel, the brasserie on the corner, for Orangina, Cafe Creme, and croque monsieurs. You can't even argue with French jet lag food. ...
Staying in a modern fifth floor one bedroom apartment with a huge deck overlooking a view simply to die for- looking out over a huge bay with all the changing moods resulting from being very tidal. REmember that you get bigger pictures or a slide show by double clicking a photo.
At low tide, huge numbers of gulls ...
... We spent the night with Lyn, Lawrence, Charlie and Claire having an evening BBQ in the local village square, something to do with Bastlle celebrations!!. We sat on rows of trestle tables bought meat and had it cooked on a BBQ, drank local wines and beer just lovely, it was a very hot and sticky evening. We went back to the farm for more drinks and catching up. Off to a real bed for the night pure bliss. Kilometres covered ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking