Les vignes de la Chapelle
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A real seaside day. Morning mists as we rose after our wet previous evening to breakfast standing up before setting off along the coast. Morning coffee at Chatelaillon-Plage with local dancing in regional costume to accordions, hurdy gerdys, flutes; then on towards La Rochelle with lunch overlooking the sea as ...
As we got up at 7.30 we just about got away without torches. As light came we had packed up the trailer and panniers and we're sat at our picnic table for tea, muesli and toast with Vegemite and Sarah's home made apricot jam. Then we were off north bound to the ferry crossing to Royan - a rolling, pitching crossing, a bit chillier than our southbound crossing two weeks ago. After 60 some miles (we can't be more accurate as the mileometer stop working after lunches for a few miles) we ...
This is not your everyday average
family, made up of 2 Parents and a few kids, but rather, it consists
of 6 adolescents/adults, although we may not always act like adults,
which makes it seem like we have some kids in the mix. Our ages range
from 21-24, but as Hector told me just last night, as we were playing
ping pong, right after we had played basketball with some students in
the college, that he likes kids because they ...
... called Shell Beach and when I got to that side of the island, I
quickly found out why. There was a mound at least about a foot and
half to 2 feet high of washed up shells all along the length of the
beach, it was incredible.
So a little more about the island,
there are only about 400 inhabitants year round, once the kids get to
a certain age, they have to go ...
... way of live, maybe sipping a bottle of wine and watching the world go by, but alas we were taking cover wherever possible to escape the rain. Fortunately the city planners have built lots of arcaded streets to shelter from the sun (and the rain I am sure) but with it being a Monday, which to the French is a bit like a half hearted Sunday with most shops remaining closed, the streets were not full of expectant shoppers either. It was ...