Premiere Classe La Rochelle Sud-Angoulins
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Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
... restaurant. We had a lovely meal though, especially the main course which was beef cooked perfectly for us - "non rouge", not red! When we returned to our room, we turned on the TV (something we have not done in past years) to hear the weather. Oh my goodness. Paris is going to be boiling hot when we get there. Maximum temperature records are being broken in London and parts of Europe at the moment.
Tomorrow we leave La Rochelle and make our way to Puy de Fou.
We leave La Rochelle at 1pm for Le Redon via train where we will be picked up at the station and taken to the hotel where the tour is meeting. Before that, we have a last coffee in France with Sue and Gary and then say our goodbyes as they catch a train to Bordeaux. We then take a last walk around La Rochelle harbour including a tour of the Saint Nicola's tower, one of two guarding the entrance to the harbour. It's a great view from the top, an ...
It's a bright and shiny Saturday in La Rochelle, yet another beautiful part of France. We have a great room overlooking the harbour which also overlooks one of the restaurant and bar streets. Which means that on a Friday evening, it's very busy and noisy, which is fun. We decided to leave the windows open when we went to bed last night as it was a bit warm and there was a lovely breeze coming off the harbour. And the sound of people having fun ...
Having left Brugge, we drove as far as we could into France using the Autoroutes where deemed neccessary. After a good few hours of driving and still 4 hours to our house, we stopped off for the night south of Tours. We rose relatively early, in yet more drizzle, to drive to our friends Paul & Karen for lunch before the last and final hour to home.
Opening the gates revealed our own version of the 'Lost Gardens of Heligan' which will no doubt take a ...