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Travel Blogs from Fontenay-le-Comte
... we went into town again and wandered around the streets. I also went to the Aquarium which was pretty impressive.
In the evening we enjoyed dinner (which included foraged samphire) in the cockpit and waited for the Bastille Day fireworks - which were really great.
... a little time together on Bastille day, Ian and I are now on the electric ferry into the heart of old town, more later. JOHN
Ian an I had a very relaxed and friendly lunch with Alice,Tim and Sophie, before Mar and Denise arrived, with Alice and Tim busy for the next week or two we decided to push on, and set off for ...
... Who would I be sharing a tent with? I thought they said we were staying with friends? Am I going to have to stay in the tent by myself?
The answer to the last question was yes. They had to set up a tent for me to sleep in outside because there wasn't enough beds to sleep in the house. They left the door open for me and said that I could come in and sleep on the couch if I wanted. It was just that the kids were going to be up really early ...
... in English for French addresses and we entered our destination. None of the options given matched with what Brad had researched but he put faith in the GPS - Jane was far from convinced.
Our journey from Poitiers to Montournais took about 2 hours and was on a variety of roads from tollways to small winding D class roads. Luckily the payment for using the tollway worked well, unlike an experience we had last year. We had a brief shower of rain but ...
... set off to the unknown. We parked our car in the public car park two kilometres from the old harbour and started walking in. It turns out that La Rochelle has a proud history with it being founded in the eleventh century and electing a mayor in 1199. It had no feudal lords and grew into a trade centre with close links to England, Flanders and the Baltic States. It was a centre of Protestant belief and alighted itself with Henry IV in the religious wars. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed