Hotel Les Tennis Men
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The roads were brilliant but we didn't have time to stop and take gooey pictures.
We put in a stop at a place called Saint Nicolas De Redon for the obligatory café au lait.
We legged it back to the hotel and then Wilb wanted to go to Pont Aven again to get some postcards. No problem. Dumped the bags at the hotel and off we set. It's amazing ...
... We didn't get to the hotel till 6.15pm where we promptly had a couple of beers and de-briefed the day.
By the time we hit the town it was gone 9. Quite by chance we were 100 yards away from the bar where Meynell had got ****** in June so in we went.
One of the lads behind the bar recognised me from last time and that was that. They were in national mourning because France had been hammered by the All Blacks. Several ...
... walked 4 kms to a pretty point in the bay where the ferry departs and there just happened to be a 'guinguette' (kiosk) with oysters bulots and fish for lunch. The wallabies won the game against Fiji which we watched in a local bar. Vietnamese chilli prawns and chicken tonight, we miss the ...
We started the day with poached eggs at our B&B and acquainting ourselves with Mary and Doug, the other guests. We then walked the old town of Vannes and through the cathedral which houses the remains of sainted father René Rogues who was beheaded for refusing the oaths of the revolutionaries in 1796. Les Halles and the medieval streets down to the port area are well maintained and make for good lifestyle in a seaside town. ...
We have three nights in a good B&B to explore the area. The old walled town has everything one needs, shops, shops, shops. We walked the ramparts and discovered that St Émilion was born here. Evening drinks and a cheap meal and early to bed. Lots to see ...