Hotel des Lices
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... 1 day. Thursday is a travel day, a bus to Paris. I have been to Paris a few years ago, but made the mistake of not seeing the Palace of Versailles.
Rennes is a very quaint little town. A great mixture of some really old preserved buildings to lots of new apartments going up around the city. It has nothing famous to see, which makes it a nice place to just walk the streets.
... br> So much so, every now and again, you'll be thrown a C road (like yesterday) to connect between two D roads and which means Communale - repaired at local expense by the commune. It also means ****. These are single track roads connecting small villages used by ******-up farm workers. Get the picture?
With this in mind me and Will are on one such road barrelling along, not seeing a soul for a good 20 ...
... room, there were 2 blokes sat at the bar with a woman behind it who I can only describe as Tommy Lee Jones but uglier.
Will and I sit at a table in the corner by the door, behind these blokes. Right from the get go they had turned towards us and were staring at us.
Tommy Lee tried to engage them in some sort of conversation but they kept on staring at us, not in an aggressive way but in a weird way, as if they had never seen humans before.
Now if I ...
... on the right one and it's tough luck if we made a bad choice. After treating ourselves to some lunch we set off for the CC shops. We needed a new regulator for the solar panel as the charge doesn't seem to be getting through to the batteries. We managed to find one so off we went again. We were going to spend the night at Fougères. Fougères was full but we parked ourselves at ...
... the body language of the Russian the frenchman was out of luck, he'd just forked out for an expensive meal in vain.
After breakfast we had a quick visit to the old quarter of the town, most of the historic city had been destroyed by bombing during the war, and went shopping for some essentials, a lead to play the iPod through the car radio, hand cream and post cards.