Hotel du Tertre
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... both iPad and camera is an effort itself!
So, yesterday, after Fort la Latte we were rushing... So much to see, so little time! It was just half an hour to Chateau de la Hudaunaye - what a strange name and no idea now to pronounce it - but that left us just an hour to look around before closing. Yet again, another picturesque ruin in a gorgeous setting, at an intersection of two rural lanes surrounded by a bit of ...
... walked with many family groups down a track and there was the fort on its little headland/island with the blue sky above and that sparkling emerald sea below. There were little paddocks cleared in the scrub with donkeys, goats, peacocks and a Highland cow - some sort of mini zoo? All was very neat and well kept, a big difference from Moncontour. We paid our Cinq Vingt and in the gate we went.
Now this is where it gets ...
... hour, then back down to earth and down to base camp.
I took a few photos and found Darius a tin of caramels, as requested.
Later in the evening Jonathan dashed over the bridge to the patisserie for a baguette to go with the remainder of our chicken and salad for dinner, and a slice if flan for afters. It has rained steadily all evening.
... began to sprinkle with rain. The service was very quick... Jonathan had a crepe Forestiere: mushrooms, ham and cream sauce, while I had Argenoise: crepe with pork and prunes, and a salad of lettuce with mustard dressing. Both yum. We had dessert crepes too of course: Grand Marnier ice cream, confit orange and almonds for Jonathan, ...
... with views of the blue water dotted with yachts on moorings below the swathes of lawn and massive magnolias, oaks and pines, and again an amazing assortment of hydrangeas amongst many other plants. It was shady and cool and another beautiful place in a totally different way.
We were very weary and very hungry by now, on our last legs as well as the last leg of our planned coastal tour. We were aiming for Cancale, a picturesque and ancient little ...
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