Hotel & Restaurant Robic
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On Friday it was pouring with rain so after brekky with a gay French (female) couple & our Spanish friends we spent the whole day reading. Half an hour walk around the streets then a beautiful dinner at L'Auberge in St Anne d'Auray. Crab tart, fish then meringue with fruit. Sun out today so we went to what we thought was going to be an organ recital ...
Next time I even think about whinging about hot weather I'm going to smack myself! The day we arrived was darn freezing - only 18 degrees! The good news is that it only took a couple of hours easy driving to get here from Dinan. Saying goodbye to all our French friends at Hotel Arvor was hard. Lots of French kissing (the double cheek kind, not the other!) and hand shaking. Max presented us with a bottle of Calvados which will be shared sometime as there's no way ...
... was a table for two - there were signs up everywhere saying twos weren't allowed to sit in tables that were laid for fours or threes) in the otherwise empty restaurant. The restaurant also looked like time had stopped decades before and there was no identifiable signs of modern life. The only exception was a single bright blue light bulb sticking out of the wall. I love places like this and we had a good laugh at the terrible decor and the dodgy pictures hung right ...
... Hotel Le Brieux (I think) for a coffee, cold drink and lunch which was Croque
Monsieur basically a toasted ham sandwich with melted cheese on the top.
Joined by Pen Friend Annie - for a beer we then walked to a little bar up a steep cobbled street and succumbed to a beer.
We returned to
the hotel for a small siesta before being collected again by Annie for another meal at our French friend’s house.
... 4 kisses on the cheeks takes some time -the custom of Brittany.
Now the scenarios to be seen to be believed (see photos of the sea all views from their garden) – a couple of cups of coffee and the handing of gifts that Dave had bought them we managed a small Danish Pastry type thing which was obviously French Pastry type thing. There was also "Hugo" the old Boxer dog.
We then rode tithe Hotel to ...