Pierre & Vacances Port-Bourgenay Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Lazy day up about 10 done lots of chores went for a walk after lunch and bought a bag of Moules they are just cooking of course I had to open the wine to cook them so sipping a small glass. Trying out the oven today got some chicken cooking slowly for later. Pictures as promised ...
The bikes are out for their inaugural trip to the market for fruit veg bread and wine we arrived at lunch time it's a lovely place will take some pics we are on the Atlantic coast. Sorry forgot the pics now it's gone dark so you can look at all the fruit we bought at the market and Suz making corned beef hash for tea. We are watching hunger games. Staying here a couple of nights we need to stand still for a while been on the move since ...
... were a surprise to him but very very funny. After dinner we then wonder back to the hotel after looking in a few bars to see if we could find one that was showing the England V's France rugby match, none were, not even the aptly named sports bar called the, " Liverpool", so back to the hotel for us and we watch the rugby in the bar area and have a couple of beers in their whilst we watch England win, but not ...
... around a business park and then down to the port (where the Vendee Globe yacht race calls in) before eventually finding our correct route. Needless to say the air was getting bluer by the minute. We arrived at Talmont St Hilaire around lunchtime so pulled on to the aire along with lots of other French folk having their lunch and followed suit. By 2.00pm they had all left, just us and ...
... br> Sunshine!! I have actually put a T-shirt on this morning so things are looking up. After washing a few smalls and festooning Juliette with hangers to dry them on, we headed along the coast a bit in to the town where there was a market with lovely fruit and veg as well as all the seafood. Further along we found quite a few small shops to nosey around in, very much like any seaside town in England. Once we ran out of anything of interest, we sat on a seat in the sun ...