Hotel du Parc
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... to book the next trip to St Malo, which according to our Eurail app is a one change train trip. We might have a Eurail Global pass which covers all rail travel throughout Europe, but it does not cover the cost of reservation of seats on fast trains and that is compulsory. In France it costs 18 Euros each to reserve seats; supposedly all paid for? Dream on!
In Sweden it costs more to reserve but at ...
... Saves having to do it on the satnav itself.
Took a bit of time but voila, 40 minutes later, got a tailor made route.
Now you might ask 'Why are you going back to Quimperle? Surely the Quentels have had enough of you 2 pissheads?'
Not so mes amis. We had a date with destiny. More later.
French dual carriageways are largely known as N roads - route National. The majority of the other stuff is D roads, ...
Yet another sunny day in France. Last night it was so very black not sure I have ever seen such intense darkness. Suz took her panic alarm to bed with her she spooked me a bit so took mine too but I slept well. We are in the car park of what looks to be a witton park sort of place cyclists dog walkers etc. Both still in pjs drinking coffee we plan to go to the coast today about 10 miles ...
... to brake really hard but there was pebbles and dust on the road. The front wheel slipped and I ended up in a little bank along the side of the road. Luckily there was no damage. But it was an impossible task to get the AT back on the road again in my own. I tried several times but realised soon enough that it was useless. I had no other option than to wait for the first ...
... colour and actors. The music and movement of the water were very well put together and it was enjoyable to sit (in the shade) and watch it.
A new exhibit for 2015 is Les Amoureux de Verdun. It is made up of a very long tunnel which represents trenches from the Great War. The lighting is dimmed, the noise of battle is loud, the floor and surroundings shake as you are transported back to WW1. As you walked past exhibits there are ...