Hotel du Port
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel du Port Saint Martin de Re
Good value compared to other hotels we checked on the island, but not cheap for a 2 star hotel. good location on the marina near restaurants and shops. Rooms are basic but are relatively big. Internet is available in the rooms.
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... line bike path that we were told about. After too many uphills, and some sketchy too-close-to-traffic driving, we found the path and were on our way to the chosen destination, Saint Vaast-d'Équiqueville. We stopped a few times to make sure everyone was together and to snap some pictures. Then we had lunch in Saint Vaast-etc. about an hour and a half or two hours after we left the chateau. Stopping was the biggest mistake as it was incredibly difficult ...
... and pick up some stuff. Then Gen and I decided to get our bathing suits on and sit by the pool. I basically stayed there for the rest of the day. The sun was hot, the pool was amazing, and people even brought food and wine down. It was an incredibly relaxing and lovely day! We had a late dinner due to charcoal problems, but I can assure you it was worth the wait. First course was a lovely salad ...
... a lot of time to shop and organise 18 people. For dinner we had a nice salad with cheese crepes on top as a sort of crouton, and then tomatoes and chicken. The food was delicious and it was nice to have more of a home cooked meal! For dessert we had fruit and local ice cream, another great treat. The wine continued to flow, the stories for funnier and even more photos were taken by every person at the chateau. After dinner Gen, ...
... was built for the laborers who worked on the castle.
Having walked up the steep hill to the ruins, we were rewarded with a beautiful view of the valley below. Richard picked a perfect spot for a birds-eye view of his enemies.
Several years after the castle/fortress was completed, R the L went off to fight bravely in ...
... purples, yellows, oranges.
Loix had the usual summer market.
Had lunch at a café there and then meandered back to Ars-en-Rè which after all this cycling, I am now renaming Ars-en-Feu!.
Had a look around the St Etienne church with the black and white spire in the square. ...