Hotel Saint Jean d'Acre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... chance to sell the ‘aires’ to Paul was fading fast.
After a few glasses of wine we decided to have an early night and try to forget the mayhem that was happening outside as people were arriving and leaving all night……by the next morning Paul agreed that he hadn’t had that much fun in a car park since he was seventeen…..I think I may be forgiven ;0)
Total miles so far….. ...
... clean up
after your dog after it takes a **** on the sidewalk for many a
people to walk through and ride their bikes through. NO, I have not
been one of those less fortunate people…yet, but I have rarely seen
a dog **** that has not been stepped in, with scrape marks later on
the side walk where this poor person is trying to wipe of their shoe.
Unfortunately grass is a rare plant to come across down town, dog
poop is not. I have also see dogs been brought ...
that is just one opinion we’ve heard. Although it is nice to hear
about what the locals think and what they have experienced already. I
have also mentioned in my classes that I will be going to Marseille
and some students have said that it isn’t a great city either, but
I’m hoping that I will be able to see the beauty of Marseille
through the eyes of a Canadian tourist and be grateful that I get to
tour almost all of the south of France.
... By lunchtime we had managed to avoid the heavy downpours but gave up our preferred stop overlooking the sun soaked beach for a garden centre entrance to escape the storm force winds. We had decided to push on towards Sable d'Olonne until torrential rain and winds forced us to shelter in a bus garage to re-group. Amazingly we opted to abort camping, let alone wild camping in favour of chamber d'hôtel. After ...
... crevettes (shrimps to us plebs). Then round the harbour at La Rochelle before arriving at Marsilly overlooking the sea for our first camping overlooking the sunset across the sea; and our first oysters. All in all a very good day. Bon soir. Ps we passed the 1000 mile mark 2 miles before our campsite this ...