Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Dunes du Medoc
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... Sainte-Martin-de-Ré in the port but it was idyllic! We walked along the big stone wall that separated us from the sea and looked out at the fantastic view having the chance to take many photos!
Next it was time for another museum about boats and the marine history of Île de Ré, which was pretty cool and had lots of paintings, sculptures, a private garden and puzzles, the latter of which Bridget and I took to straight away.
Afterwards we ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
... much prettier, in Provence, for example.
A lunch at Marais restaurant provided us with the best beef carpaccio and spaghetti carbonara we have ever tasted (can you guess who ate which of those?)
Two photos of the pretty harbour off the main river. Mussels and Oysters are the thing here.
The last photo is of the unusual staircase in the house we are borrowing- one I have ...
... extends right across the road and below the huge statue of the Saint which sits supreme on a rocky hill overlooking the harbour.
There is a fine cathedral in this part of town and the river that runs from the mountains to the sea cuts through it.
A wedding party was assembling at the church in glorious sunshine.
As I made my way back to the promenade for the walk back I happened upon the musical find of my entire journey a 5 piece band busking on the street ...
... in tasting these so had to find some that had 'Blanc, Rose et Rouge'. After travelling a number of kilometres along narrow country roads we found our first winery only for it to be closed for lunch (12.30 to 2.30) and a very impatient wife banging the plates in the kitchen to indicate to the husband that his lunch was on the table! The second one we got a better reception both from the dog ...