Hotel Le d'Avaugour
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... that you can walk into without ducking, amazing. The views are brilliant, pity the tide wasn't in as it makes for a great photo. This is a very memorable place one can visit, and after a long wait i have finally made it, and am glad i did.
My last day in Rennes is a little disappointing. For starters its raining, plus its a public holiday, so pretty much everything is closed. Oh well ...
... Gorse, and gorse is the clan flower of Clan McClennan, so Jenny feels quite at home.
We booked StMalo for two nights so we could visit Mont St Michel before we went across to the Channel Islands. Once again we were glad we were there (StMichel)off peak as the place was crowded.. The lower slopes of the island are very commercial , all the usual tack plus Paua jewellery made in NZ!! The abbey is spectacular to see and tour, with panoramic views, the ...
... one of these blokes had a tennis ball on the side of his head, most people would call it a growth, I'll stick with tennis ball. The other was like Elmer Fudd with bottle bottom glasses and cross eyed to boot! Perhaps they were checking us out for defects! Perhaps they were aliens in a Men In Black safe house and Tommy Lee was their minder.
It was the most uncomfortable cup of coffee I’ve had for a long while. If Bucko had’ve been there he ...
We made our way from St Malo heading south for Moelan-Sur-Mer.
We'd tanked up in St Malo - £1.05 a litre for Super Unleaded - not bad!!
Will was seeking a caffeine fix. After 20 miles of grind on the boring N176 I decided to cut across country. We came across this lovely little village - Jugon-Les-Lacs. 2 big café au laits to stir the cryo tanks and then back on it.
To get to Moelan, there are only ...
... Dinan was daunting probably because we or I was so tired and hot by then. However we made it to the top and along to our Hotel Arvor, right in the middle of the most beautiful medieval town. It reminded us of Ludlow with lots of Tudor style buildings. A lie down and a shower and an hour later we were ready for a walk round the walls of the town and the quaint streets and interesting shops. Dinner was at a small restaurant where ...