Ibis La Roche Sur Yon
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Quite an eventful day. We woke to pouring rain (actually it had been pouring most of the night). Eventually we decided to get dressed as the rain eased, packed up except for breakfast things. More rain prevented us eating outside so we were back in tents to eat. By 9.30 we had packed wet tents and sodden flysheets and were away. Gradually the sky improved and we were in sun. Up ahead we saw black skies ahead pouring ...
... town of Clisson, which was nearly destroyed in 1790s by the Revolutionary Vendee War. Remnants of the massive mediaevil castle still stand today, a vestige of the powerful Olivier 1V of Clisson and a Middle Ages covered market stands in the middle of the upper town and is full of produce , cheeses, bread and fish stalls on a Friday morning.
In the 19th century the Cacault brothers of Nantes and their sculptor friend Garenne Lemot had Clisson rebuilt in the Italian ...
After a quiet night on the campsite we enjoyed hot showers and a quick breakfast before setting off along the sea front - another varied seashore of sandy beaches with surfers and swimmers, sand dunes, rocky islands and busy port of Sable d'Olonne. The highlight was a stop at a restaurant for a 3 course meal, languatines, sea bass and rum baba - yum yum. A couple of days to La Rochelle ...
... down the stairs, it's about 5:30 am and I was praying he would not invite them in, fortunately he told them to go away even though they were bringing us a pot of onion soup to eat. Apparently this is a tradition after parties and in particular weddings where they wake up the newly weds with a hearty onion soup!!!!!
This year was a bit tamer, I was home tucked in bed by 1 and D arrived 3 ish, although he was definitely a little fragile the next day.
A chilly night tested our new sleeping bags. After a chilly breakfast we have enjoyed 46 miles by the sea I through very varied landscape - marshes (marias) with loads of oyster beds and shrimping nets suspended from raised sheds by drainage ditches - then sand dunes - and long seaside beaches to St Hilaire. Eventually found open campsite and now preparing supper. Bon ...