Résidence Les Hauts De Cocraud
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... here if you're in the area. £60 with breakfast. Parking outside free after 18.00hrs 19.30hrs. We're ready to dine. Off we walk to the square for a meal. Shucks, all shops and cafes shut. No more than ten people around! The town sleeps after 18.30,, oh great. Off to the local supermarket for a picnic in our palace. It was pleasant and cheap. We enjoyed it and laughed it off. Tomorrow south to visit Sarlat-la-Caneda. Accommodation booked ...
A day at sea. It was a rough night and morning with wind and sea measured at level 7. This settled once we reached the English Channel about 4pm. We stayed in bed for breakfast but got up for lunch and afternoon coffee and cake. Ron and I had turkey club sandwiches for lunch. Ron ate all 5 courses and I just had main course. Afternoon coffee ...
A relaxing morning. We arrived in La Rochelle at 2pm. Leaving at 10pm. The Harbour was 8km from the city centre so Ron and I shared a taxi with 3 other passengers for 18 Euro. Vera went on a city tour. Ron and I walked a 3 hour self tour of the old city starting at the Tourist Bureau in Quai George's Simenon to St Nicholas Tower a 14th century defensive tower also used as a state prison. Town Clock the 14th century town gate was a double entry but ...
... 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 ...
... Napolean) and various other grand buildings.
Then, you are into Rochefort town centre, and what an attractive place it is.
According to Runkeeper, we have peddled six miles, we still have to go back of course, after refreshments!
Why can our English towns not be like this?