Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Dunes du Medoc
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A sort of cross between a spiral staircase and a conventional one which would normally have a landing half way up. By angling the treads from top to bottom they continue up and around the tight bend. Ingenious!
Finally, before leaving France for this year, a word about the food of the region, and in particular some of our favourite foods we seek out in France. Prepare to drool and ...
... the way the tolls from San Sebastian to Blaye came to about €12.00 in 4 pieces. You get very good at having the card ready as you approach the barrier.
It was €6.55 to park for the night which is barrier controlled and toilets are on site too.
Fortuitously there is a small restaurant adjacent and a humble pizza and few beers at 21:00 before he closed was a worthy reward after a lot of driving.
It will take me a month to get back to Irish time for going to ...
... need a good cellar. The wines we have been purchasing from the supermarkets we have called 'pot luck wines' and we've been quite lucky. But it was good to be able to taste what you are actually buying. Back home via the supermarket to but tonight's dinner - pork fillet and vegetables filled by some beautiful little tarts that Beverly found. But before this we took our cheese platter and wine down ...
... table set, entree was served. Guess what? Prawns and oysters again!! We were supposed to have a main course but we weren't hungry so we will have that tomorrow night and have a second Mothers Day dinner! A fruit dessert and cheese platter finished the evening washed down with some wonderful wine. A lovely relaxing day and thank you to Carl, Kim, Helen and Amelia for their best ...
Late start to the day with a another beautiful breakfast prepared and cooked by Jan and Beverly. Then it was into our car with Homer taking us out for the day to the Ile d'Oleron, the second largest French island after Corsica and located north east of Meschers. We stopped for lunch at La Cotiniere where we enjoyed some beautiful seafood again. We passed through the town ...