Centre Nautique Pierre De Coubertin

Currently Open [Closes at 07:30 pm]
  • Address: 4 Rue Saint-Exupéry, 68300 Saint-Louis, France
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Amusement Park

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  • Centre Nautique Pierre De Coubertin Address: 4 Rue Saint-Exupéry, 68300 Saint-Louis, France
  • Centre Nautique Pierre De Coubertin Timing: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm
  • Centre Nautique Pierre De Coubertin Price: Free
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  • A really disappointing end to our holiday. As a Brit abroad, I’ve come across the “no shorts, Speedos only” rule, at municipal French pools. This time they were really serious. It makes no sense to me; while this rule is allegedly based on hygiene, Speedos strike me as far less hygienic. Still, rules are rules, and so when I took my two young sons into the pool area, it wasn’t surprising that the pool attendant pulled us over, scrutinised all the shorts, and said mine and the eldest were not appropriate. The little guy was ok though. His solution was to send us to the reception to buy speedos. I obey, rules are rules, and try the vending machine which doesn’t accept Swiss Francs (the border is 200m away) so contactless card is my only option. I try 4 cards, none are successful, the machine is broken. I implore the attendant to see if, just this once, he might let my son off the hook with his shorts. He checks with his boss. It’s a definite no. I then try to bribe other staff with a favourable exchange rate between 10 Francs and 10 euros, one of whom kindly offers me a 10 Euro note. It works in the machine, speedos are acquired, the day may be saved. My son bravely re-enters poolside, we get the speedos in place and are about to reunite him with mum and his brother, when the attendant decides that the previously acceptable swimming trunks on the youngest were no longer acceptable. Another pair of speedos needed to be acquired. I go back to the front desk, plea for help, or indeed a nearby ATM, and they kindly provide a spare pair of speedos for the youngest. We’re back in the game, it looks like the boys may get their swim after all. I then try to keep watch for their safety by the side of the pool, but am told that my swimming trunks can’t be worn while watching (these trunks are clearly very unhygienic). So I change into my trousers which I hope are less offensive. They are not. My trousers need to be worn on the other side of the hedge. Unless I put a towel over them. Which I dutifully do. The towel is then not sufficient either. I then go about removing all my clothes on the off chance that this may somehow, in this kafkaesque lunacy of French bureaucracy, make everything better (if it’s the type of clothing on my body that is the problem, maybe I am better of without any clothing?) I put my trousers back on, and stand behind the hedge, feeling like I have already been assumed to be a pervert for wanting to keep an eye on my children’s safety. They actually enjoyed themselves for the last 10 minutes before closing time. Next time, always bring speedos when crossing the border into France.

  • Has everything that is needed on a hot summer day, except the looong queue to buy ice cream.

  • Great fun for a young family

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