Auberge de l'Hermine
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... that you can walk into without ducking, amazing. The views are brilliant, pity the tide wasn't in as it makes for a great photo. This is a very memorable place one can visit, and after a long wait i have finally made it, and am glad i did.
My last day in Rennes is a little disappointing. For starters its raining, plus its a public holiday, so pretty much everything is closed. Oh well ...
... Rennes and hit some of the traffic there, more delay and it was starting to get dark. Twenty miles from Fougeres it was properly dark and the satnav took me down this less than desirable D road.
The road surface was a patchwork quilt of twists and turns, adverse cambers with bitumen strips every few yards. There was mud on the road from tractors and mashed conkers under every sodding tree. Add a liberal dose of God’s wine and you’ve got one ...
... with prunes in.
Copious amounts of wine in between.
Then out came LiLi's hooch with the pear in. Things must have got lost in translation as he thought we said it was Calvados 'No it isn't' he says. Out comes this ancient bottle with dust on. That old the pull cork broke. Then out comes a bottle of Hennessey. We have to do the comparison test - oh ...
... ways a satnav can take you so I re-jigged it for 'shortest route'.
For once Garmin did itself proud, the roads were dry now it although it was cloudy, and we had some brilliant biking roads.
The only down side to picking 'shortest' is Garmin route planners will take you through some f**ker's front room if they could get away with it. So there was the occasional farm track and log pile but overall ...
... and collectibles, including wooden swings for bar seats and a WC entry through what looked like an old phone booth. It was great fun and we then moved on through the Place de la Poissonerie to the Place Chateaubriand with all the cafés by the Porte St-Vincent (where the road was being repaved) and continued around the inside of the walls, checking out all the eateries. As we were getting rather peckish, we looked for a crêperie and settled on a ...