Les Gollandieres

Address: Avenue Des Gollandieres, Le Bois-Plage-en-Re, Ile de Re, Poitou-Charentes, 17580, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Avenue Des Gollandieres, Le Bois-Plage-en-Re.
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      Travel Blogs from Le Bois-Plage-en-Re

      You Say Goodbye and I Say Hello

      A travel blog entry by slonge on Feb 01, 2015

      ... that I’ll be working with as they have quite a high level of English!

      This week I’ll be working Monday and Tuesday at Surgeres and Thursday at Courcon. Nathalie, the teacher that "looks after me" in Surgeres has invited me to stay at her house every time that I have back to back days in Surgeres, which is super helpful….it’s pretty expensive taking the bus back and forth.

      Once again, I’ll say it. I am ...

      The History of Rope...and Rochefort

      A travel blog entry by slonge on Jan 25, 2015

      19 photos

      ... first room where he showed us how the rope was made, with a demonstration on a “machine” that was used in the past.

      First we learned that a specific plant was cultivated all over France, or at least in this area and was sent to the Corderie Royale using the Charente of course. The plant was then softened up and they started to “spin it into rope”, think of the way the sheep’s wool is spun into wool. Once they ...

      A Piece of History Coming to Life

      A travel blog entry by slonge on Jan 25, 2015

      39 photos

      ... to a replica they could
      make) but they didn’t have the same plans that were used in the 1700’s, they had
      a couple of drawings and sketches to follow and they rebuilt the hull by
      following templates to a scale of 1. They also wanted to keep the ship
      historically accurate as they rebuilt it, but of course had to follow modern
      day regulations. The ship was also built using the traditional building
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      Windswept Atlantic

      A travel blog entry by lusan on Oct 09, 2014

      17 photos

      ... are absolutely delicious, crisp crunchy baguette, prawns, and some kind of sea snail that is very tough and chewy with a very strange taste... Well, langoustines...? hmm not sure about those funny little tiny lobster things with very hard shells. We finish our lovely seafood lunch with a coffee. Second best coffee so far. As we leave we give our parking ticket and space to ...

      Soubise an Aire at a yacht port

      A travel blog entry by ldiamond on Apr 30, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the ball. Everyone was is good humour and enjoyed their game, even encouraging Bella to come and talk to them, of course she wouldn't have anything to do with them, but she did still want their ball. I was tempted to stay for the night as it was so peaceful there but decided that I would make a move further south. Passing the muddy half land half sea and the oyster farms with their characteristic huts built on stilts in the mud. ...