Residence Les Grands Pins
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Early nights on continent make for early breakfasts!
I struck off in search of a bread shop for the morning sustenance. A small shop is on hill nearby and she has more sweets than normal groceries but at least she had bread….sorted.
I set off alone to walk the steps above the town to get an idea of it's layout, the No. 33 bus takes you along the promenade to, if I might call it the classy part of town. It is here you have the designer shops and plenty shoppers in them. ...
We got on a fast train this morning and took off in a southerly direction to a place called Cerons It only took about 15 minutes but doing around 240km an hour that's about 40 - 50 kilometres (Counting a few stops on the way).
The day was very hot and we struggled from the station to the vineyard we were going to. Once there it was a delight. The vineyard was centred around an old chateau built in the 17th century. Across ...
... After wandering aimlessly around the city, admiring the endless beige limestone, we luckily stumbled upon Les Epicuriales. The outdoor food and drink festival was both charming and daunting; tents and tables extended farther into the distance than my eyes could see, and buzzing, animated French folk packed every inch. Without knowing a single phrase in French, we decided to cross a study abroad goal off the ...
... botanical gardens and other end of town. Fabulous dance party on board tonight with French specialty buffet. I tried the snails (like mushrooms but with a mussel like texture Not bad at all. And the battered frogs legs were like white chicken. Also good. Dancing and the weather truly fantastic. About 25c tonight. 11pm now and ship sails at midnight. Great ...
... interesting Canadian connection to the local oysters. The oysters caught a disease and died out. They locals tried to buy oysters from the asians, but they did not want the competition. The locals then came to Vancouver, the bought 60 tonnes of oysters, they got transported by planes, and now there are oysters in the Aracochon Bay again. Having said this, when we eat oysters again (did I say yummmm......) we will have ...