Hotel Escale Oceania Rennes Cap Malo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... appeared to be British). He wondered id Dad was also a D-Day veteran (thinking Dad was a bit older that he actually is).it was an honor to talk to this man for a few minutes and to shake his hand.
Dad was also approached by a small boy (I guess around 10-12 years old) who thought he may have been involved in the invasion. Again, Dad explained that he was too young at the time. The boy was very cute and did not speak a lot of English. He also stuck out ...
... hour, then back down to earth and down to base camp.
I took a few photos and found Darius a tin of caramels, as requested.
Later in the evening Jonathan dashed over the bridge to the patisserie for a baguette to go with the remainder of our chicken and salad for dinner, and a slice if flan for afters. It has rained steadily all evening.
... chocolate sauce, confit orange and almonds for me. Again, yum! Followed by heart starting coffee. The little restaurant was full and more people kept coming, the rain was occasionally blowing under the awning, and it was getting chilly, so slipping down the steep cobbled street we came to our cosy little house. And so ends another day. ...
... caught a few words but no idea otherwise what her little stories were about. She gave us some little info cards in English, but Jonathan felt the need to buy a little book afterwards! There was an American couple as well, but mostly French visitors, old couples.
We didn't see the whole chateau, given it's still a private residence, just preserved rooms - a couple of bedrooms, lounge and dining, chapel and entrance hall, and up onto ...
... we've had in Brittany and then proceeded to walk to the old town. The guide books had led us to believe that there were very few half timbered houses left following the major fire of 1720 but were we very pleasantly surprised at what we saw whilst wandering around.
This town is just something.