Pierre & Vacances Lacanau Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... dunes in France. Dune du Pilat. It was like driving into a little bit of Shangri-La after Bordeaux. We are in a camp ground under big old pine trees looking out over the Atlantic Ocean and para gliders everywhere were swooping back and forth catching the thermal uplifts. There were up to a hundred para gliders, some just learners having a hard time of it and others passing just over our heads and sailing up high over the sea. It was fun to ...
We arrived on time and passed through French customs with barely a glance as usual, followed by a long wait at baggage claim for our bags and bikes but it was far too early to check into our hotel anyway so no harm no foul. Caroline and I picked up our rental vehicle, a Fiat 9-passenger van, while the others made their way to the hotel on foot--it was that close. But they had stories to tell, too, since the airport and the ...
We all arrived in Dorval about the same time and went through the normal drill except that the bikes have to go through oversize baggage. Here are a couple of pictures of us hanging around the oversize luggage area. The flight left around 6pm and arrived in Bordeaux at 6:30 am French time.
You can see in this picture the milling around while we tried to decide how to get to the ...
It was surprisingly difficult to wake this morning. I don't know why. Had the usual breakfast, coffee, yogurt, croissant and then headed off. My goal today was to get to Bordeaux. Fairly easy drive. Ended up staying at a chain hotel again. Not the cheapest, but clean and quiet. Was recommended an Italian restaurant down the street. Went and got some cash from the ATM and then headed over. They opened at 7PM so I waited ...
Here are a bunch of pictures covering our two night, three day stay in the beautiful city of Amsterdam! I was super aware and booked our hostel next to the red light district which was always a party, but our hostel was clean and open and right next to the train station so that was useful. The first day we went to Edam, aka cheesetown, and Marken, a quaint town on a remote part of the country. In Edam, we stayed at this adorable cafe for over two hours and ...