PV-Holidays Residence Maeva Jonzac

Address: Les Rives de la Seugne, Jonzac, Poitou-Charentes, 17500, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Les Rives de la Seugne, Jonzac.
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Travel Blogs from Jonzac

Lorna & Pete

A travel blog entry by rejhaj on May 06, 2015

... the dam. What beautiful wild flowers. Then it was back to the house to veg and later play cards. Monday was shopping day. We visited Leclerc and Lidl to stock up on wine for the journey home and found some bargains, for example an Italian wine for €1.79! Pete bought several to try then it was back to the house for lunch. We had asked Lorna & Pete where they fancied going for the evening meal. They said we had never taken them to the Truck Stop, ...

Free time

A travel blog entry by rejhaj on May 06, 2015

... us that only the crepe suzette was available. I did not bother, a good choice as it turned out! Everyone else has the crepe suzette. Crepe seems to have been the operative word! Heather tells me there was no sign of any alcohol in the dish, the crepe looked flabby and was covered in some sort of bitter tasting marmalade. Frank's face was a picture when het asked it. To be fair both Roger and Christine enjoyed theirs. ...

Farewell

A travel blog entry by rejhaj on Apr 26, 2015

... it was time to drop them at the airport and say our farewells. On our drive back to Brossac we realised what a good decision it had been to go early to Bordeaux. The southbound traffic was stationary North of Le Grand Tour, something Pete & Lorna need to know for their visit. Heather and I returned home and chilled for the rest of the ...

Bergerac

A travel blog entry by rejhaj on Apr 26, 2015

... From there we drove on to St Emilion. We parked at the bottom end of town and walked up to the top for a grandstand view of the town. I chose a narrow lane to walk up. The surface consisted of large cobbles, which on their own are difficult enough to walk on, but this combined with the steepness of the incline made it feel like a mountain climb! Although it was quite busy ...

Dimanche en famille

A travel blog entry by karele on Apr 20, 2014

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... 233; des œufs mais pas en chocolat bien que c'était Pâques. On est allés voir les chevaux et on s'est promenés en discutant pendant un bon bout de temps. C'était un après-midi tranquille comme on les aime. On Sunday we went near to a town called Jonzac to see Karele’s paternal grandparents. They have lived in the ...