Hotel de la Plage
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... to the camping to watch some "Vikings". 1st Today we were going to visit Bourdeaux. Really well organized here to keep cars out of town. We were send to a closed parking at the outskirts where we payed 4.50€ for the whole day plus we got two return tickets with the tram into the centre of town, perfect no ? Wish they'd be so clever in our towns !! Anyway we got off at a point near the river where we could walk back via ...
... for me to take out my belly bar - and I did. However, after an hour, I started panicking because I could not get it back in. Eventually I got it back in and then we headed back to the campervan to go back to the campsite. On the way home, we stopped at a fresh fruit stall and got some veg for tea. Dad also got a fish. Nasty. He had to gut it himself and it stunk and was all nasty. We had meat and fish for dinner and it was actually very ...
... had mentioned when we went on them when we were tiny, and I asked if we could go on them again (him saying yes). So, we swam back to Dad and asked if us kids could go on them. THEY WERE SO MUCH FUN!! It was 7€ for an hour, and as we went at around 6:30, we basically had the whole thing to ourselves. Once our hour was up, we got off and headed back to the ...
This morning I woke up quite late (11:10!) so we had a late start. After we had eaten breakfast, we went over to Carole and Laurent to see what they wanted to do. The rest of the families wanted to go to the pool, so I stayed behind with Eléa and we made a couple of video stars. By the time everyone else returned, we had lunch and then the Lucas family were going to the Lac, so I went with ...
... as far as Bordeaux (will take us about 2 weeks), and then cut across back over to pick up the Atlantic Coast bike route we left at the biggest sand-dune in Europe two days ago. This part of our trip will see us cycling along the Canals Deux Mers, the Canals of the Two Seas, connecting Bordeaux on the Atlantic and Sete on the Mediterranean by the: Canal Lateral a la Garonne, The Canal du Midi, and also the River Garonne.