Univea Appart-Hôtel Saint Nazaire
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... we were welcome to use the first class lounges which we had to bluff our way into in Germany.
See you in St Malo!
PS THe mirror cup shown in the photos is a 4 m high reflective cup with soccer goalposts placed at 45 degrees off centre each side but when viewed from centre front the posts are square in the reflection- compris? If you don't , no matter, I thought it was intriguing anyway!!!
... the bike handles without 3 ton of **** on it. (That doesn't include me Meynell).
Quick coffee stop at Pont Aven, buy some stamps, (easier said than done). Get spoken to by some French weirdos, one of whom really wanted to bum a fag and the other was a half soaked girl with herpes who liked Australia. Back to the hotel.
... Saves having to do it on the satnav itself.
Took a bit of time but voila, 40 minutes later, got a tailor made route.
Now you might ask 'Why are you going back to Quimperle? Surely the Quentels have had enough of you 2 pissheads?'
Not so mes amis. We had a date with destiny. More later.
French dual carriageways are largely known as N roads - route National. The majority of the other stuff is D roads, ...
... he was still giving me the Mexican stand off. 10 yards away he decides to amble across the road. I was ready for him. I stopped to let him cross. Bizarrely as he crosses he's still giving me the dead eye.
If he had 2 fingers he would've stuck them up.
All brilliant till we got to the outskirts of Nantes. The route I had chosen took us down their version of International Drive rammed with factory outlets, eating places ...
... problem in the electrical circuit, I figured that I could ride on the map as well. This is not without danger though. As I was riding in these tiny, winding roads along the Brittanie coastline, I often needed to check the map on top of my tank to head in the right direction. All of a sudden I was in this really nasty turn which I realised too late to take it properly. ...