Pierre & Vacances Lacanau Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Lovely leisurely start today after our hectic schedule of the last few days.
At our leisure we made our way to the Amiens Railway Station only to find that our rail tickets weren't open tickets as we thought but timed for 0830. Our fault Emma , we didn't check.
Mumsy coped superbly getting the tickets reissued at the station office. We really had been a bit casual and had more of a rail trip today than ...
... they have the collection simply beacuse they can...it is rarely drunk, unless for comparison by the people who decide on the wines vintage, flavour etc each year. It is all very high tec, a complete contrast to the lovely, old dusty open to the elements sherry warehouses of Sanlucar de la Berramada, which were romantic and inspiring. But the wine in the Medoc is big business, not owned by families anymore and has shareholders etc who ...
We had leftover pizza for breakfast to start our day. Then we back to Citadel for some more play. Ben did a picture of it and a cannon. We saw some horses getting ready for a jumping competition. Then we sat down in the shade (under an umbrella) and Had some lunch. Ben had a donut with Nutella which was great and Jonny had a waffle with melted chocolate that was delicious. Daddy had moules frites (mussels ...
... and Daddy loved all the special gardens that had to be seen from high up which had love hearts, daggers and wings! Ben and Jon also loved the catfish in the most and the woods. Ben drew a picture of the maze. After a great visit, we then headed off to Blaye. We went to the Citadel of Blaye. It was constructed to protect the French ...
... traditionally as their muesli's were not that flash on the shelves. I said 'Croissants???' She said not every day as they are to fattening. No, just toast and jam and simple foods. So much choice and thats all she wanted. Yesterday I had one and half croissants for breakfast, a pizza, almond croissant and fruit for lunch and steak and salad for dinner. I can't help but eat the pastries as they are so delicious. Better keep on riding that ...