Campanile Rennes Centre
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... 1 day. Thursday is a travel day, a bus to Paris. I have been to Paris a few years ago, but made the mistake of not seeing the Palace of Versailles.
Rennes is a very quaint little town. A great mixture of some really old preserved buildings to lots of new apartments going up around the city. It has nothing famous to see, which makes it a nice place to just walk the streets.
... take a 60 degree left hand blind bend with a reasonable sweep on it.****! As the bend opens up there's a red Peugeot 205 belting towards us with some ruddy faced pisshead with a greybeard heading straight towards me on my side of the road. He sees me at the last second and swerves over to his side of the road - nobhead!
Metaphoric wipe of brow. F**k, that was close. Karma - what will be, will be.
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... sup> century Clochmerle bog, brilliant!
We carry on through the deserted town and come across this Irish bar. We go in and it’s rammed with French lads watching PSG v Real Madrid. Two of them were good enough to give us their stools – (the ones you sit on!). This slightly re-balanced the earlier experience. Another pint a piece and we decide to call it a draw. We’re knackered.
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... 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 ...
... stop was the Saint Pierre cathedral, did not even look like one from the outside, but inside was the most spectacular ceiling we have ever seen and paintings all the way round the walls. Further on up in to the older quarter the streets were cobbled and the houses were half-timbered and looked as if they would fall down at any moment. The covered market halls were intricately decorated, but empty as the market is on a Saturday and we ...