Campanile Rennes Cleunay
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Another travel day from Bordeaux to Rennes. Rennes is heading west and close to the west coast. The reason for going to Rennes is it is about an hour away from the famous Mont Saint Michel, and has a dedicated direct bus.
It was such a nice sunny day and the lovely green countryside made the time pass quickly. I arrive into Rennes about 5.30pm and head to my accommodation.
Its a ...
Before I opened the blinds this morning I could tell it was raining, I could hear the cars splashing along the roads. In reality it wasn't too bad but it was drizzling. Bummer.
I spent an hour booking a hotel in Le Havre and then tailoring the route.
'Come on Will, shake a leg buddy'. A cup of tea later, showered and grit your teeth for the road ahead.
I'd picked a nice selection of D routes to get ...
It was such a shame with the rain, the roads would have been brilliant in the dry. We had gone about 120 miles but because of the detour the satnav was saying we had another 60 miles to go. We were long overdue for a coffee stop.
We came across this small pretty village with cobblestone streets and stuff and pulled onto this square where I had spotted a cafe in the corner. In we go ready for a warm.
This bar was about the size of ...
DAY SEVEN - FRIDAY We left After a reasonable night's sleep considering the slope and set off to spend some money in Rennes - IKEA and the Camping Car Shops! IKEA first where we treated ourselves to a king size duvet as our existing double leaves Mike with a cold back as he says I pinch it during the night but I reckon he throws it my way when he tosses and turns. We took ages trying ...
... it to be quite large judging by the size of the square outside. Then on down to the Parliament building which was also imposing as was the town hall and the opera house, but we could not go in any of them. By now, footsore and rumbly tummy time, we found ourselves a couple of baguettes and a cold drink and joined all the office workers and shop staff sitting on benches in the Place de Republique to eat our lunch. We watched policemen on ...