Hotel Les Jardins du Lac
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... much prettier, in Provence, for example.
A lunch at Marais restaurant provided us with the best beef carpaccio and spaghetti carbonara we have ever tasted (can you guess who ate which of those?)
Two photos of the pretty harbour off the main river. Mussels and Oysters are the thing here.
The last photo is of the unusual staircase in the house we are borrowing- one I have ...
... may explain why the churches are particularly plain in decoration. The Knights Templar played a part in the town's history also, as they had a stronghold at La Rochelle.
L'ile d'Aix is another of the three fortified islands we visited, and is the subject of the next three photos. It has ...
... up fertiliser and scrap metal to take to other countries. Just after we had anchored this huge tanker was steaming up the river, we have never known one to go so fast making a huge wash nearly causing a small motor boat behind us with 2 men fishing to turn right over, thankfully it didn't but the speed was well over the limit they should go. Sega bounced high a number of times, thankfully our new anchor held us tight.We chilled in the river for a couple ...
So, here we are in La Rochelle, on the Bay of Biscay in France. This is a simultaneous exchange with our place in Southern Spain.
The building is very interesting- obviously originally the headquarters of the Fraternal Society of Arts and Crafts, as spelled out on the front, plus on the two vertical panels "we all love each other" and "we support ...
... tide and sailed to Aix, where they were going to meet other boats from RochefortWe all went to the daily market in St Denis to buy Oysters for our lunch on Dauphne Blank, 24 oysters only cost us 12 euros which is approx £8.50 so a bargain......the market is always very busy and so popular with the locals and those on holiday on the Island. They sell all sorts from fruit, veg, cheese to clothes, bags toys and many more items.The oysters were really ...