Le Roi Arthur
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... room, there were 2 blokes sat at the bar with a woman behind it who I can only describe as Tommy Lee Jones but uglier.
Will and I sit at a table in the corner by the door, behind these blokes. Right from the get go they had turned towards us and were staring at us.
Tommy Lee tried to engage them in some sort of conversation but they kept on staring at us, not in an aggressive way but in a weird way, as if they had never seen humans before.
Now if I ...
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 cafť 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 ...
... and Heinekens later, me and Will staggered out in search of food.
It was gone 11 and most of the food shops had shut but we stumbled, literally, across this fabulous kebab house.
Back to the hotel, fully fed and completely hammered.
PS No need to do the snore complaint now, Will has been that zonked I could let a hand grenade off and he wouldn't know.
Satnav cockups: ...
... furry edges of its tongue, like when they stick their tongues out at you over a farmer's gate and it's covered in crud. I would have took a picture but I had all on not boffing and if I had posted it one of you lot would have sent it viral and then some Animal Rights nutter would be sending me death threats.
PS When we got to Annie's later I asked her mum what 'gesier' was - Chicken Gizzards!!! and she said it was disgusting. Ugh double ...
The street market was in full swing and dedicated fish market a sight to see. Meg was tempted at every turn but we couldn't buy anything. This was probably the best market we gave seen with autumn richness and cold sea catches; crabs, prawns, lobsters and shells all alive. To get some ...