La Maison du Bassin

Cap-Ferret, Aquitaine, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cap-Ferret

The French. Part one.

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts

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... in. There was definitely no lack of jobs needing to be completed, with everything we looked at either half built or tumbling down. There were also many animals that required daily cleaning out and feeding etc, as well as large vegetable gardens and fruit trees. We were assigned a couple of jobs for the next day and told that we were not to work until then. This suited us fine, so we found a suitable spot in their camping field underneath a huge oak tree and parked up. We helped ...

Every kids dream sandbox

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips

2
23

... a length of 2.7 kilometers and a height of 110 meters, it is said to be the largest sand dune in all of Europe.
It was incredible to see and to climb up.
Walking on the beach is hard enough, walking up a huge pile of sand is a challenge, but the view from the top was beautiful!

After spending an hour at the top, walking a good distance across and taking pictures (none of which do justice to the dune) I decided it was time to head back down. Just as I started ...

Back to the Coast

A travel blog entry by sethsokol

3

... boring as it went through uninhabited forests which looked like they had been de-and-re- forested many times and lacked any true feel of nature. The weather improved as the afternoon continued and I rode for about 2 hours away from the VTR on some moderately trafficked highways westward to the EV1. The last hour or so was quite nice-- cycle specific paths meandered along quiet lakes and wetlands. I spent the night in an ...

Amerys Travels- Arcachon, near Bordeaux, France

A travel blog entry by amery

62

... br>
Mussels are wonderful here, and “moules frites” at around €15 were our favourite in a restaurant, found in the upmarket Le Moulleu area of town- see photos..

Disappointingly, all the prawns seemed to come frozen from Australia or Indonesia and even from the market were very expensive by New ...

Day 5 Travel to see Lyn and Lawrence in La Dorat.

A travel blog entry by rtt804w

16

Start mileage 66702 After listening to Hayley's story of seeing a wild beast in the night which turned out to be just a big pussy cat owned by one of the campers we had breakfast in La Flotte then said our goodbyes to the campers around us and the camp site Madame and set on our next journey to see Lyn and Lawrence in La Dorat. It took about 4 hours to get to La Dorat, Tom Tom did us proud and got us right to the door of ...

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