La Corderie Royale
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a little dead at first, but we explored as best we could. We first took a walk along the old rope making factory, which was in a building far too nice to be for making ropes and we also saw the famous Hermione ship! Next we had morning tea and then found one museum that was open which was an interesting place...
It was a naval medecine museum, so we got a guided tour and were shown the three stories of the building. The first floor had lots of meeting rooms ...
... mixture and it was cool having the French and English culture thing going and stories flying round. At a certain point, everyone got very keen to start playing poker, which I watched as I have no clue about the rules, and still didn't after hours and hours and also fake money circles stress me haha
Yesterday I had one of the most special evenings yet because Nicola, the German girl that I met invited me to an event organised by a german guy. We rented ...
The bikes are out for their inaugural trip to the market for fruit veg bread and wine we arrived at lunch time it's a lovely place will take some pics we are on the Atlantic coast. Sorry forgot the pics now it's gone dark so you can look at all the fruit we bought at the market and Suz making corned beef hash for tea. We are watching hunger games. Staying here a couple of nights we need to stand still for a while been on the move since ...
... out of the marina the wind had dropped off so much we would have had to motor all the way to Les Sables, probably about 6 hours so instead we had a gentle sail to La Rochelle and moored up in the town marina until the lock opened for us to go into Basin Chalutier.What was lovely to see as we entered Old La Rochelle as you sail through the 2 towers in La Rochelle there were lots children out having lessons in dinghies and on wind surfers, this was ...
... here if you're in the area. £60 with breakfast. Parking outside free after 18.00hrs 19.30hrs. We're ready to dine. Off we walk to the square for a meal. Shucks, all shops and cafes shut. No more than ten people around! The town sleeps after 18.30,, oh great. Off to the local supermarket for a picnic in our palace. It was pleasant and cheap. We enjoyed it and laughed it off. Tomorrow south to visit Sarlat-la-Caneda. Accommodation booked ...