Hotel de l'Abbaye
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Travel Blogs from Plancoet
... close to or through, Rennes and Nantes before reaching the sea at St Nazaire. Though this canal system is new territory for me so if there is another route to the sea from Nantes please do let me know, remember we are still only at planning stage and changes are not a problem. We are allowing about a week for this leg, Crew changes can of course join us anywhere on the ...
... cheeses, breads, pastries, vegetables, and fruits were being sold. When it was time to leave, we headed towards the town of Deauville.
Second Stop: Deauville
Deauville is a ritzy coastal town that is famous for its beach, casino, villas, American Film Festival, horse races, marinas, and golf courses. It is on the English Channel and looks like a town out of a children's book. As we walked along the cobble stone streets and admired the buildings, ...
... Jean chose one based on its look and what a good choice it was with a Fruits De Mer starter as big as some main courses! St Malo is a wonderful place and the old walled town always impresses not least because it is still a real place despite being inundated with tourists. Today it felt empty having been here earlier in the week to watch the Stage 10 finish of the Tour De ...
... of St Malo and found ourselves in a very large parking area no where near the route but as we looked around and then looked enquiringly at the guys staffing to car park we were directed to the location of the stop for the free bus to the stage finish, yes that's right a FREE bus for hundreds of people! As the bus made its way to the drop off point we passed several other car parks with a similar ...
... and it was very nice sitting outside the bar in the evening sun having a cold beer and a wine having sunned ourselves around the pool. The facilities quite new but are housed in the main in older buildings and the buildings that house the main facilities-reception,bar,restaurant etc-are very attractive old farm buildings that served the Manoir,hence the tree lined ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed