Hotel France et Chateaubriand
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This trip is all inland including transit ting the river Rance which is unusually tidal as the water is held back by a barrage and let out to electrically power the local towns and city's, it rushes out pretty quickly and can be a little scary. It also requires us to drop the mast at Dinan and trundle through the very small and shallow but oh so picturesque Brittany ...
... cheeses, breads, pastries, vegetables, and fruits were being sold. When it was time to leave, we headed towards the town of Deauville.
Second Stop: Deauville
Deauville is a ritzy coastal town that is famous for its beach, casino, villas, American Film Festival, horse races, marinas, and golf courses. It is on the English Channel and looks like a town out of a children's book. As we walked along the cobble stone streets and admired the buildings, ...
A lovely day out visiting the lovely Dinan and St Malo. Some years ago we stayed in Dinan and it is still as lovely as we remembered. The walk form the upper part of town to the riverside cafes and bars is a steep narrow and cobbled street which is lovely but does not seem to have as many occupied premises as on our previous visit. While I looked at the prices at ...
... as well as being on the ITT route it was also the route away from the Mont St Michel for riders who had completed the course so we saw quite a number of them as their cars invariably had to stop before crossing the road that the ITT was ...
... of St Malo and found ourselves in a very large parking area no where near the route but as we looked around and then looked enquiringly at the guys staffing to car park we were directed to the location of the stop for the free bus to the stage finish, yes that's right a FREE bus for hundreds of people! As the bus made its way to the drop off point we passed several other car parks with a similar ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed