La Corderie Royale
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... not of the cheese fame- that's in the north of France) but it is famous for building many a France's warships from 1660 until early 1900 under Louis 14th.
It's also infamous for being one of the first Concentration camps, as in the French Revolution (1790), nearly 1000 Roman Catholic priests were incarcerated on prison ships to provide cheap labour for working on the dockyards, because they would not ...
... of dips. We ate lunch at the beach and around 3 headed back via the beach shop for some supplies. We had a quick Shower and headed down to the bar for some WiFi and drinks. Going to head back shortly to make some chicken pasta with some wine.
Ile de Re has been great, cycle tracks everywhere and not used the car once. On the road tomorrow heading to Biscarosse. Should only be a few hours drive.
Will update soon...
Hope all i well.. Jim and kath ...
... wraps around a central island accessed by a causeway. This accommodates more ships when needed, and also gives it lots of character.
It is quite simply a perfect little town- pretty, historical and lots of waterfront cafes and back street boutiques. We found it so nice that we returned ...
... as it meant we had more time with them. That evening we all went out for a meal in Rochefort to a lovely restaurant in the corner of the main town square. They were staying in their camping car which they parked by the marina, they often travel to Spain and Portugal, on their way down or back they call to see us, which we love.The next day we spent together including having a beer as you do.......sitting in the square with the sun shining. In ...
... lighthouse of the Whales) and from the Ile de Ré. This led to several accidents so in 1926 it was decided to paint 3 horizontal black stripes around the lighthouse, which gave it the appearance which we still know today, it's open to visitors every day.On the way to the lighthouse we can see the Les écluses à poissons, these are manmade structures which were constructed many centuries ago to help fishermen harvest fish from the sea. They are now in ...