Residence Detente Mmv Les Sables D'Olonne Les Jardins De L'Amiraute
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 ...
... and the drive is split two ways with a break at an Aire for our lunch and a quick play with our new rugby ball before heading off for the final drive to Saumur. Saumur, is on the Loire and was completely smashed just before D day due to the size of its train junction and the risk of the Southern German Das Reich battalions co I got up from Southern France by train. We are staying in the hotel Ibis and are welcomed ...
We wake up this morning and it's a bit damp outside, not heavy rain, but just a bit, by 11am though it's properly raining. Rather than stay and get cabin fever, we get in our cars and drive off to Sables to pay a visit to the Intersport, it's really busy on the roads in the town, we find where we are going though OK and get a few things in the ...
... then seem to have to keep them in a water filled bottle for eating later. Once we are all packed up, we have muddy feet etc and head to the quay side where there are a few hits selling oysters and other shellfish for lunch, sadly not for me as I fear that my immune system to oysters is a bit too risky for holiday, we do though get some ice creams and buy some souvenir honey and salt before heading back, the boys tear off on their bikes, girls behind with heather and Richard ...
... occasionally getting dumped but skillfully avoiding getting tangled in the kite strings! There were huge oyster beds and mussel farms near the edge of the water and we were able to walk right up to examine them, very interesting to see how they grow the famous Arcachon oysters and the moules that fill our pots!
Wandered in the lovely port town of ...