Le Relais de Saint Preuil
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... Cognac for the day. Graeme drove us in and we caught the bus home. One Euro each on the bus. We left at 9.30 and didn't get back until around 6.25. Walked around the town, had coffee, had lunch and the did a tour of the Otard Chateau and cognac making facilities. Very interesting, well worth the visit. We the went to the Cognac Museum. A very full day but fun. Went to lunch today with friends of Graeme's, including Iain and Linda. We ...
... 8 mins or so. You buy a ticket at the get on get off stops, validate it on the tram and away you go. With a map of the network it's very easy to get around. Each line is colour coded as our rail system is, but also has a letter, ABC&D in the matching colour which makes it easy to identify if you're getting on the right tram. You'll have noticed I'm shifting between train and tram because I'm not sure what to call them. All I know is they look very ...
... to find. And all we had to do was just find the place where the poor fellow, Javier, said he'd meet us to guide us to the house. Anyway we ended up following a local doctor in her car to the meeting spot after her receptionist kindly phoned Javier and was able to explain in Spanish what had happened to us. His English was 'little' our Spanish was 'minuscule'. The house was tucked away on the side of a hill down a maze of very narrow country lanes, in a place ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
... away reluctantly as we had several places to visit. The fourth photo is of the 14 grades/varieties of oysters being sold just on one stall in the huge market.
The seafood in this area is exceptional, both in variety and quality. Oysters and mussels of course, as they are grown here, but being on the Atlantic coast the fishing boats roam far and wide.
Our photos next move on to Rochefort ...