Chateau de Bouceel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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... but returned after 2 kms as it started to rain. It's now thunder and lightening and we feel so thrilled we had such wonderful weather for our entire trip. We ate dinner at a local restaurant which was delicious and now we are getting organised for our ferry sailing tomorrow. We will be thrilled to get back to London as Blake and Sarah have been unwell. The biking was awesome though and every day was brilliant - spectacular scenery and lovely ...
... our time but also being mindful of the weather which was threatening. It was a lovely ride out to the coast and then along the seafront to Le Vivier-Sur-Mer, a busy port town where mussels and oysters are grown and harvested. Arriving at the hotel, Hotel Beau Rivage, they were kind enough to scurry around and find a room that was ready for us, another attic room but very spacious. Even though our bags didn't arrive till some time later we were happy to have a room to retreat to and ...
... St Michel today on the bus and will bike ride there tomorrow too. It's only a 15 minute bus ride out there and is just so spectacular, just as it appears on postcards. The tide was out and because it was 4pm, thousands were leaving and also a few like us arriving. We had a look round the Abbey and gardens and through the streets. It was crowded at times but I couldn't imagine what it would be like at peak times. It was so amazing and such a thrill to be there. We will go back in ...
... barking to protect their houses as we rode by. We rode for 20 kms and then stopped in a small village where we queued with the locals to buy bread and fruit tarts for morning tea. The streets didn't get any busier so we kept on biking, Geoff in the lead so he could navigate and me pottering along behind. My legs were feeling like lead, I'm not sure whether it's the 2 glasses of medincial red wine last night, my cold, the previous ...
We woke up at 10:00 and took the metro to the Gare Saint Lazare. Once we got there we were confused about where to go. After we asked around we figured out that there was one section for local trains and one for the grand lines. We made our way over to the grand lines and found the train that went to Lison. After waiting about fifteen minutes we got the track number and got on the train. We found some seats and ...