La Baronnie Hôtel & Spa
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Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
... yacht and they told us we would have to leave in the morning as they needed berths for about 85 plus yachts who were taking park in the Vendee cruisers association race, and the start of the race would be from Ile de Noirmoutier. This wasn't a problem as we thought we would then sail to Ile d' Yeu a day earlier than planned, would have like to have had a day to look around but it was one of those things we couldn't control. It was a very busy fishing port, as ...
... also looking at this protestant church. They were obviously all known to each other and they were speaking French. A conversation between us soon began and we discovered that one couple lived in La Rochelle and they were out walking with friends who were holidaying with them. One gentleman was ever so friendly and outgoing and he spoke reasonably good English. He and his wife had been to Australia, but had not been to Melbourne (Mon Dieu! - My goodness!) ...
We leave La Rochelle at 1pm for Le Redon via train where we will be picked up at the station and taken to the hotel where the tour is meeting. Before that, we have a last coffee in France with Sue and Gary and then say our goodbyes as they catch a train to Bordeaux. We then take a last walk around La Rochelle harbour including a tour of the Saint Nicola's tower, one of two guarding the entrance to the harbour. It's a great view from the top, an ...
... Until 2am when they actually get a bit rowdy and start singing and yelling. Apparently Harry was being a bit of a ********. And his friends told him several times to stop being so. Still, once the windows are closed, I can hardly hear them at all! Excellent windows. Saturday morning after a week on a canal boat means finding a laundromat, which the guy at reception helped with, along with a supermarket to buy laundry washing 'stuff' ...