Hotel Le Richelieu
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
... man may have thought he was referring frogs to the French but even more concerning, what is a froglet????? I always thought a baby frog was a tadpole.... maybe David had had too much sun in Lorient As we approached Ile de Noirmoutier, our AIS came in very handy as we had to negotiate our course through about approx 12 tankers. We also saw lots of jellyfish, some the size of dustbin lids. We arrived at the marina around 3 pm, we moored next to ...
... of craft/photography type shops. We went into one which had a great photo display as well as some handmade jewellery and pieces of art. It was lovely ware and the man in the store carefully explained in French and our Frenglish, the process of making the items. Brad was especially taken with one piece, which was light and could fit into our luggage. Spying what he thought was the price on the back, he thought it was good value so decided to buy this 10cm ...
... La Rochelle was English until 1372 when the French took it over. Building of the Saint Nicolas tower began in the early 1300s and finished after the French took over and built two other towers as defence. It was used only a fortnight ago as the diving platform for the red bull diving event. Truly a multi purpose building! After the walk, we check out of the hotel, walk to the train station with our luggage where Rob's suitcase, bought hurriedly ...
... but might not) and the out into the wider harbour. As it's Saturday, there appears to be thousands more yachts and motor boats our cruising and enjoying the wonderful day. After about an hour, we circle around Fort Boyard which has been built in the middle of the sea between two islands, Ile-d'Aix and Ile-d'Oleron in the 1800s by Napoleon Bonaparte. It took 30 years to complete, needing 20 years to build the foundations. Apparently ...