Residence de la Plage
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... but we both agreed this is our summer holiday so it doesn't feel we have retired yet, probably not until September when the schools go back.We woke up on the 7th to leave Les Sables to head for La Rochelle, it was very cloudy and there was a swell making a Sega roll quite a lot, we turned the motor off and put both sails up, David rang his sister and proceeded to sing Happy Birthday to her which she loved, after I ...
August 5 thWe woke to another beautiful warm and sunny morning so we decided to leave Ile d'Yeu at 8.30am sails up, engine of straight away and the seas were flat, melon and home baked bread for breakfast fantastic way to start the day. What a brilliant sail all the way to Les Sables couldn't go direct due to the wind direction but as we were enjoying the sail so much and the ...
... of the tent and the hedge to eat, cook, sit, play. We have been weighing up whether the proximity to the beach is worth the lack of space, although we have been unlucky I think, we do have a smaller pitch than a lot of the others. We've been to the beach twice, once on the first morning when hank was asleep and once when we met Mel and the boys, both lovely once we made the trek over the dunes. So having finally made the break from Martragny, we went to have a look at ...
Woke up this morning to find someone had nicked our jolly roger! Hank reckons it was drunk youths on their way back from the bar. Cheeky *******s. Hadn't even taken a picture. They left the pole, which hank was pleased about. Incredibly lazy and lovely day. Jordan's with real milk and too many croissants for breakfast but they are so delicious. We've given up buying bread and croissants at Leclerc as the ...
Thunderstorms and really loud rain during the night, but we all pretty ugh slept through til 9 still. Everything was soaked through though, so we skedadled out of the tent quick smart. We were expecting it but not quite so heavy and we had planned to go to an aquarium. We headed out towards Talmont- St Hillaire and stopped in a giant Leclerc in Sables. Had lunch in the cafe - it was a bit hectic and stressful and I ended up ...