Ibis La Rochelle Chatelaillon
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Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
... of Mme GPS! When approaching the old town, there were a number of road closures (route barrée). Therefore we had to go down 'tiny' streets and 'breathe in' as we did so, in order to make it through. It did feel as though we were back tracking but when faced with closed streets, one way streets and Mme GPS asking you to turn right/left and you can't, it was a bit of a longer return journey!
Tonight we once again broke a Whittle rule by eating in at ...
We leave La Rochelle at 1pm for Le Redon via train where we will be picked up at the station and taken to the hotel where the tour is meeting. Before that, we have a last coffee in France with Sue and Gary and then say our goodbyes as they catch a train to Bordeaux. We then take a last walk around La Rochelle harbour including a tour of the Saint Nicola's tower, one of two guarding the entrance to the harbour. It's a great view from the top, an ...
... sure we have the right coins to get through it all. Done and washing in the machine doing its thing. Sue is also ding her washing so while that's going, we head out to the local flea market for a look around, nice. Once the Washington done, it's back to the hotel to make the place look pretty with everything drying around the room and then we head back out to book a harbour cruise for the afternoon. Once that's sorted we're on foot ...
Spent £149 on Road Tolls (mostly in Norway)
Paid to stay at 28 camp sites (Mostly ACSI sites, except Norway)
Average cost per day covering everything was £49.95
Was it worth it....Oh Yes! Would we go again? Certainly, to a number cities along the route and we will definitely to return to the Arctic Circle to see the Northern Lights.
Hope you enjoyed the Blog; we are already planning our next trip.