Hotel aux Tamaris
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mustard sauces and tagliatelle and salad. Another yummy meal. Then we left for the Pointe du Raz - yet another end of land with high cliffs and views of the sea. Certainly Brittany is very much about the sea, seafood. Because there are many river estuaries forming great ports. Fall is coming to Brittany with leaves turning gold and some with reddish tinges. All the best Chuck Stillnot able to upload pics, so ...
I broke another knife this evening. No. Not gutting the rabbit I caught at the last campsite, although it was a challenge for my trusty Swiss Army Knife. No. The same task that defeated the one that I broke last week. Le Baguette. Or is it 'la'? No matter. The baguette responsible was purchased this morning, along with my croissant, at the camp shop in Sainte Hermine. It seems a bit mean-spirited to go all ...
Steve reporting: Got to Versailles later than we wanted but very worth the trip. The opulence of Versailles is overwhelming as are the crowds! Wow to both! Glad we went and now off our bucket list. Today was the vacation opposite of our Montana fishing trip however we are so lucky to be able to do both. Food and wine both great. Lots of walking! Museums tomorrow . Women attractive and men ...
... to be even lazier than the day before, and picnic-ed in the hotel grounds, overlooking the beach. Katie and I had another dip in the sea, and (feeling very slightly guilty) we ordered afternoon tea on the terrace!
In the evening, after a swim in the pool, we played Bananagrams on the terrace, fortified by local cider, before making our way to the Brasserie de la Plage - all of 200 yards away!
Sunday morning was genuinely hot, and we contented ourselves with ...
... driving to St Malo which is a 13th century walled town which is almost surrounded by water. Inside the streets are very narrow and lined with interesting shops and restaurants. Much was destroyed by the battle between the Germans and the Americans in 1944 but has now been restored. From there we drove inland to Dinan which is a medieval city with its cobbled streets and old wooden houses. We drove ...