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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….. ...
... thing the French do is to ensure they can get their 'parabolics' up and working. Otherwise they move on. We were parked alongside French, Belgians and one other Brit. It was a fair distance from La Rochelle but we took Smartie to the Ile de Ré. Lovely beaches, warm water and €8! But a good trip. We can imagine that it must be heaving in the ...
This is not your everyday average
family, made up of 2 Parents and a few kids, but rather, it consists
of 6 adolescents/adults, although we may not always act like adults,
which makes it seem like we have some kids in the mix. Our ages range
from 21-24, but as Hector told me just last night, as we were playing
ping pong, right after we had played basketball with some students in
the college, that he likes kids because they ...
... the best way to see this city, which I think would have been enjoyed a lot more in different circumstances.
La Rochelle does have indoor attractions, including probably the best aquarium in France as well as a number of museums if that sort of thing takes your fancy. By the time we had got soaked to the skin exploring the city we did not fancy one of these places but instead found a bar/restaurant close to our hotel that enabled ...
... advised the Allies to bomb the submarine base while it was being built. By the time the Allies did start bombing the concrete shelters were finished and so strong that the bombs made no impact on them. Thousands of tons of bombs were dropped but the concrete did not crack. The submarines based here attacked the Atlantic convoys. An average German submariner was expected to live for three ...