Brit Hotel du Stade
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... that you can walk into without ducking, amazing. The views are brilliant, pity the tide wasn't in as it makes for a great photo. This is a very memorable place one can visit, and after a long wait i have finally made it, and am glad i did.
My last day in Rennes is a little disappointing. For starters its raining, plus its a public holiday, so pretty much everything is closed. Oh well ...
... taking us through Flers and Thury-Harcourt and other lovely towns.
Although the roads were wet, the scenery and road standards were good.
Although it's easy creating a tailor made route, it's a bit like doing a 'join the dots' puzzle and in between the dots the programme just fills in the gaps - and that could be anything. It's a bit difficult to get everything bang on over a route covering 100+ ...
... one of these blokes had a tennis ball on the side of his head, most people would call it a growth, I'll stick with tennis ball. The other was like Elmer Fudd with bottle bottom glasses and cross eyed to boot! Perhaps they were checking us out for defects! Perhaps they were aliens in a Men In Black safe house and Tommy Lee was their minder.
It was the most uncomfortable cup of coffee I’ve had for a long while. If Bucko had’ve been there he ...
... of an alley. By the end of the evening we had three French, two British and one German registered vans. One of the British vans belonged to the "Blue Hand Gang" a Facebook Motorhome group, so we went and said hello. They were a nice friendly couple but the other Brits on our alley never even showed their faces. There was also another British van on the next alley and they didn't speak ...
... little cups and the woman wraps them in bubble wrap for me, before letting us out the now locked door - it is her lunch time too. People are so friendly and helpful and kind, despite our minimal language skills and forgetting cultural practices, like closing for lunch.
From here we have no difficulty heading straight for Dinan. We listen to our favourite radio station as we go, negotiating little towns along the way, as we are now on a more minor road ...