Hotel de Nemours
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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 ...
... taking us through Flers and Thury-Harcourt and other lovely towns.
Although the roads were wet, the scenery and road standards were good.
Although it's easy creating a tailor made route, it's a bit like doing a 'join the dots' puzzle and in between the dots the programme just fills in the gaps - and that could be anything. It's a bit difficult to get everything bang on over a route covering 100+ ...
It was such a shame with the rain, the roads would have been brilliant in the dry. We had gone about 120 miles but because of the detour the satnav was saying we had another 60 miles to go. We were long overdue for a coffee stop.
We came across this small pretty village with cobblestone streets and stuff and pulled onto this square where I had spotted a cafe in the corner. In we go ready for a warm.
This bar was about the size of ...
DAY SEVEN - FRIDAY We left After a reasonable night's sleep considering the slope and set off to spend some money in Rennes - IKEA and the Camping Car Shops! IKEA first where we treated ourselves to a king size duvet as our existing double leaves Mike with a cold back as he says I pinch it during the night but I reckon he throws it my way when he tosses and turns. We took ages trying ...
... fish for Henry, after several attempts to order in french the man at the table next door recommended something, and a seafood platter for Di, langoustines, sea snails, prawns, shrimps and oysters.
We sat between the very helpful man and his partner and two gentlemen, one of whom was a heavily tattooed Russian, discussing what Di thought was an arms deal. If it was, I suspect ...