Les Pins d'Or
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well, we've arrived at the Atlantic. It wasn't a long drive, but the last bit was a bit frantic with snooper directing us through the town! It's very sandy and after last nights rain, we were careful about choosing our pitch. Reception wanted us to go in amongst the pine trees but it was a loose surface. Chose a pitch which had a grassy covering.
Then we went down to the beach. A bit of a ...
... dune at the end of the day was lots harder.
The third day we headed into Bordeaux. It was so hot, about 37 degrees, but such a beautiful city. We were going to do the 70 minute bus or 60 minute guided train around the city but found a map and decided to do our own tour with Jim reading the map and me taking the photos, perfect.
That night we ate in the campsite restaurant and then headed back to the tent. When we were in bed there was a massive thunder ...
Awoke to the sun streaming through the van roof, Opps forgot to close the roof blind last night, still it was 10am n Andy had the kettle on. Eventually surfaced and sat chilling in the garden with the Bruton family and a pyramid of empty beer and wine bottles, must have been over 200!!! Spent ...
... to push a broken down car, now that's boredom! 4pm n still in traffic, making some progress but not a lot, pretty sure the only suntan we're goina get is on the arm nearest the window and our knees through the windscreen, :-( . Well after 8 and a half hours we arrived in Linxe, and safely reversed it into Ellie's drive. PHEW....... collapsed into a chair with a cold beer. The party was a ...
... to be made between continuing on the regular route or turning off onto the long route. The threat of rain didn't seem serious enough to really worry about so I chose the long route and Peter, Sue and Mesfin joined me. Wayne and Lori seemed interested, too, but Lori picked up a staple in one of her tires while we were at lunch--first puncture of the trip--and had to take care of that.
We started moving even faster now, up to about 32 km/h from 28-29 km/h earlier, ...