Hotel Des Pins
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... a little dead at first, but we explored as best we could. We first took a walk along the old rope making factory, which was in a building far too nice to be for making ropes and we also saw the famous Hermione ship! Next we had morning tea and then found one museum that was open which was an interesting place...
It was a naval medecine museum, so we got a guided tour and were shown the three stories of the building. The first floor had lots of meeting rooms ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
Most died due to the terrible conditions.
Rocheford was also one of the early "new towns" built to a plan in the 1700's as a port and base for the French navy. La Rochelle would have been a natural for this, but for the rebellious protestant population who could not be trusted and sided with the English.
It's streets all therefore look the same- elegant architecture and parks, but none of ...
... the boulevard back to base and get ready to depart.
We were on the road later than normal at 14:20 and our target was an Aire in the Bordeaux region not far off the motorway near Blaye.
We decided to stop at another Aire at St. Paul de Blaye as there was electricity there at 55 mins for €2.00 to charge electronics.A small shop across the road has the jetons (tokens) for the service point and cold beer for the driver later. After all that it was onto the night stop ...
... owner who was very keen to speak with us and let us taste his wine. The Reds we found to very light and fruity while the whites were mostly Colombard, Sauvignon or C******nay and quite drinkable. The Rose was not popular. So with a few bottles in the boot we set off for another couple of tastings and some more purchases. Jan & Garry have quite a few visitors arriving in the next few weeks so ...