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On the road again, we are heading further south to La Rochelle in search of the elusive sunshine! According to Mandy’s ‘all the aires’ book there was a free aire in a car park only 10 minutes walk from the town centre with space for 24 motorhomes…..what could possibly go wrong!! Well firstly when we arrived just after midday all 24 places were taken and the huge car park was almost full with an overspill of other motorhomes and ...
... most of the day outside. We had originally
planned to take the trails to Fourras, where they have some really
nice beaches, but as we had to have the bikes back at a certain time,
we decided that we didn’t have enough time. But I do hope we can
take a bus there one day to spend the day or the afternoon at the
beach and touring around the little town.
In the evenings a couple times a week,
... process to commence (although even the following morning our coats still felt a little damp around the edges!) to celebrate our 19th wedding anniversary before heading back to our bed for the night.
From what we saw this would have and should have been a city well worthy of a longer visit and maybe next time we will try to do so in the warmer, dryer, summer months and hope that we do not have to weather another poor day.
... museum. The command centre for the German submarines based at La Rochelle, an underground bunker built under the Hotel des Etrangers. Rather spooky but very interesting. Displays from the beginning of the occupation through to surrender. La Rochelle was the last French city to be relieved by the Allies. Also interesting to see a French perspective on Allied bombing. Apparently the ...
... in torrential rain. The restaurant terrace is fully covered so we do not get wet but the first row of tables are sitting in 6 inches in water! Table next door, four irish guys who are stuck in La Rochelle as the weather is too bad for their single engine, light aircraft to take off. They are hoping for a weather window early tomorrow. Very good company and a good time had by ...