Les Bruyeres Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a thousand faces watching stationary as we sped past. At one point a cloud of dust from a timber yard floated across in front of me, my vision momentarily a haze and then bright and clear again as I burst through. At one stage we were required to hop onto a "péage" toll section for a few junctions, the grand total for this being €1.80. Of course I had an issue here too - nothing is ever simple! Stopped at the automated toll both, my ...
... treats, and drunk our way through litres of yummy sangria, cheap beer and wine. We have done our fair share of French and Spanish radio which clearly play the same 15 or so pop songs on rotation, Spanish radio was slightly better. And despite the fact that we had to share our shower time with beach goers and always wonder where our next toilet will be, we both have loved the camping life in our van and can't wait to do it all over again another day somewhere else in the ...
... hedge (stupid hedge shouldn't have been there anyway! And a nice scratch down the side of the van, , it'll come out with a bit of t cut ;-) , down a very wiggly road with sand either side, you can imagine my face all the way!!!! Arrived safe and sound and Ellie and I left the boys to the positioning of the van down the side of the ...
... early 70s, with the aim of getting people back out to rural areas to help on farms (Working Weekends On Organic Farms) but has now grown and is recognised internationally, changing the meaning of its acronym to: World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. I came to view it is as an exchange, for both traveller and farmer. We met people who were curious to get to know an area, were on a road trip or just lived up the road and were looking for a good experience and ...
... We spent some of our days in Hossegor walking the streets and window shopping, the town reminded us a lot of Noosa, Byron Bay & Lorne all mixed together. There were loads of surf shops and holidaymakers wining and dining in restaurants and cafés everywhere. Capbreton was where Dean enjoyed a few more surfs while I walked the esplanade and watched people play bocce. All places are apparently where the Brits go to holiday ...