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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Early start after a magnificent breakfast at our hotel. Trip marred by stops, which were explained but we didn't understand. Which resulted in U.S. Being nearly 2 hours late reaching Lyon Hotel Grand Chateau Perrache was under renovation, had been due to open on 1st June, but a long way off. Many people at reception being re-accommodated. However our room ...
We caught a taxi to St Malo train station then an early train to Rennes. Checked into the superb 5* Balthazar hotel on Rue Marechal Joffre. Recommended. Because we were early our room wasn't ready so we wandered into the town. And particularly the old part. Very old timbered buildings from ...
After a lovely hotel breakfast we decided to catch the bus to Dinan. Unfortunately we saw the bus depart just as we walked out the door. NOTE check timetables the day before. Next bus in 2 hours so decided to go to the markets, which, as per all French markets were superb, although they did have their fair share of tat. Ian bought a sun hat for €10 - a second probably but not ...
Walked the 2 mile wall around city, then exploring thru the ancient streets.. Great city. tomorrow we will check out the Market Day. , then head to Normandy. Fabulous market. Bought fresh cheese,bread and sausage for picnic lunch. Now on our way to Honfleur in Normandy . And a stop along the coastline to see the famous 70 foot Bayeux Tapestry. Beautiful sunny day. Stopped at the first calvados tasting stand, later enjoyed the wonderful ...
A coolish day but fine. Cool wind After a nice breakfast we wandered along the path around the point of huge homes towards the water taxi to take us to st Malo. Spectacular views although hazy in the morning. St Malo is a walled fortress with heaps of photo opportunities. Rocky islands aplenty, many with old fortresses on them In the centre of the walled town were the shops and ...