Le Pavillon Bleu
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Free parking
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... de Luz. We have now caught up with Nicki and Jim and their son Alex and didn't catch Zoe yet as she was singing in the choir at the local church. Nicki came to see us at the camp ground as we waited to book in and promptly fell down the stairs of our van. It looked like it hurt a lot but she was very brave we thought. The bruises have been coming out for three days!! Nicki 0, Beast 1!It was lovely to see them and we will spend a bit of time with them over the next ...
... restaurants for dinner.
Back at the hotel, we napped until only a few minutes before Tim came knocking on our door to ask if we wanted to join the group for dinner. We tried but just couldn't make it before they departed, so we just headed back to the Le Grand Grill Basque where we had a superb meal on the deck out front.
I had a delicious salad with ham brochettes and grilled tomatoes followed with a main of cod topped ...
... A big drive from Roscoff to a town just out of Bordeaux, then the next day onto Hossegor south west of France. We had a few goes at using our year 9 French skills stopping at local markets on the way and picking up in season fruit and veg including nectarines and apricots..and of course a baguette! We arrived in Hossegor on probably the busiest Saturday possible - first Saturday of school summer holidays ...
... be locked, so we were unable to look around any of the insides. Lunch consisted of a visit to a bar where they had cold buffet laid out over the entire counter, this seems to be the norm as we noticed in virtually every bar we passed. The staff didn't speak any english and our spanish was zero but between us all we managed to get fed and watered. We then spent the next couple of hours wondering around soaking up the atmosphere. There is a stunning medieval area, an old port area and ...
... the salmon with the most delicious lemony butter on the rice. For dessert, Minh-Yen opted for the crème brulée while Anoop and I chose the chocolate cake with vanilla sauce and ice cream. It was all delicious and we were really glad we had chosen that restaurant.
After lunch we headed to the port to check out the colourful boats. We then stopped off at a pastry shop we had seen earlier to pick up treats for later. The region is ...