Hotel La Desirade - Relais Du Silence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... with two options for the afternoon; ride the programmed route for the afternoon or take a van tour of the same area. Two of the guys were very keen to ride and we're hoping that the weather would improve and the rest of us were happy to be driven for the remainder of the day. So that's what happened. Five of us headed out along the peninsula and stopped for lunch at a town along the way and two of the guys ...
... but true. Then it's up a couple of sneaky hills to the hotel. We rode 60kms today! We're staying in a town called Carnac at the Tumulus Hotel and Spa. It's lovely, great big room, comfy lounge chairs, room to hang the washing out and dodgy wifi. Quick shower and I'm off for my massage, which is as wonderful as you'd expect. Get some washing done, as we're here for two nights then back to the bar to meet the others before dinner. We have a fixed ...
... four different ciders that they make here. The business has been in the family for 3 generatioons. It has definitely warmed up now and we're all going through the water. The last stretch before we reach the hotel is apparently another 20kms. I'd be happy to stop now but decide to 'suck it up' and keep going. I did have to explain to Janice that it meant I would continue riding and not take the bus. It was hotter than before, the riding was ...
... These excited both Rose and also Emily, the later shrieking with delight and clapping her hands as she saw them animated. Sometimes feeling like we had walked into a Tim Burton film, it really was a special thing to see, with the installations being quite moving as well as hugely imaginative. Definitely a case of only in France... With our minds full of what we had seen at The Universe Of The Scrap Metal Poet, we left for the cottage and arrived home around ...
... quite fascinating, some of the stones are huge and one can't understand how prehistoric man could get them in to the positions they are in. So perfectly aligned in both directions and we wondered what the purpose of them would have been. There was an 8 km walk/bike trail around the area but as we had not planned on stopping there we only walked a little way and then back again. Then onwards to find the aire at Port Louis which is on the ...