Pierre & Vacances Les Restanques Du Golfe
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> By now it was looking a bit overcast, so we walked all the way back up the hill. We couldn't even move on along the coast as the Campsite had our ACSI card and reception was closed until at least 3pm. So we decided to have an' ordinary' housework Sunday and then watched 4 episodes of Happy Valley that we missed when away in May!!
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... supermache, missed previously only because it was called Casino. Considering our tendency to get carried away at places of such name in the homeland, I was avoiding at all costs. Seems that this casino was actually one we needed to visit. After James’ lesson at Auchan (tesco of France) I was aware that I had to weigh and price my fruit and veges BEFORE we arrived at the checkout. A very successful shop by all ...
... was also a view of a jumbo screen that was broadcasting who was on the carpet, so we knew when to look. Just as the stars started to arrive, so did the rain,and the umbrellas. We got poked and prodded by more umbrellas than you would ever want to be. We stuck it and got to see Brooke Sheilds, Julieanne Moore, Steven Speilberg, Nicole Kidman, Ang Lee, Christoph Walts and some other famous people from other countries. The cold and rain became unbearable, so we headed to a ...
... thing I noticed, was that they are totally obsessed by the British. The Union Jack appeared to be everywhere, adorned across wares in various stores, on everything from cushions to handbags. Upon touching down in Luton and on the subsequent drive to London, my eyes scanned over the lush green English fields from the coach window. You couldn't pay me to change my nationality. Unless of course I was French.
... Lac d'Orient
Leaving our Formule 1 hotel (cheap as chips, clean and cosy) in Calais and stocking up on beer, wine and fresh food - oh, French produce is heavenly! - we set off for Besançon the capital of the Franche-Comté region of Eastern France, taking a small detour to the Lac d'Orient, the largest of the man-made lakes of the Forêt d'Orient, where we spent an hour or two walking along the lakeside, beach-combing the sands for stones and having a ...