Hotel Au Chene Vert
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for 4 tarts to go.
Out on the Cape. Frehel the views were astonishing. The high cliffs are a rose coloured granite and the tops are covered with heather, which us still blooming. The English Chanel is calm today and apparently warn, as many people are swimming.
Back in Saint Malo we went to a roof top bar for a drink before dinner at a nearby Brasserie.
There are pictures of the Cape, the village of Frehel and sausage buying in the market.
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... out of rocks, shells, wood and seaweed and to be honest it was a fairly good likeness. The girls were happy just playing and didn’t want to head back so we left them to it and Jess and I just lay back together against a rock in the sunshine and discussed whether Brittany was somewhere we could see ourselves living when we come to France and given that we were sitting in a very beautiful place it was hard to come ...
... later as I was cruising down the motorway the door opened and she was a little shocked I had driven off like this but I figured that it is a pretty small room and that if anything had happened she wouldn’t have bounced around too much (Jess says: please imagine what it is like to be conducting a business conference call in the toilet of a campervan to suddenly feel it moving unexpectedly and for it to get faster and faster and to be holding on for dear ...
... was having none of this - through a narrow arch on slippery cobbles and a treacherously steep descent dodging pedestrians and diners on the pavement? We've watched other cars do it with bated breath, and one Winnebago doing a three point turn to avoid going in crunched into the ancient stonework of the patisserie one evening, so it wasn't the route of choice. By circuitous means we did find our way home and over the little bridge to our side of the port for our last night in ...
... ensnare the tourists! I was able to buy my postcards, then write them and send them off. Neil was able to buy a book of all the campsites in France, which has helped us to plan the last few sites en route to Calais.
We again arrived back to the vans before the rain came. Neil cooked dinner and we are now resting before meeting up with the others for a last drink to wish Dave and Sherry "Bon voyage" before we go our separate ways ...