Inter Hotel La Chaussairie
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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Another travel day from Bordeaux to Rennes. Rennes is heading west and close to the west coast. The reason for going to Rennes is it is about an hour away from the famous Mont Saint Michel, and has a dedicated direct bus.
It was such a nice sunny day and the lovely green countryside made the time pass quickly. I arrive into Rennes about 5.30pm and head to my accommodation.
Its a ...
... ashes, old bones, remains of burnt wicker baskets or Elmer lying in wait with a cosh. All clear.
I ask you, why have a massive lock on the outside of a bog when there was clearly no inside lock. The bog was a Twyfords original with no seat but I didn’t care. Needless to say I left the door open and took the key out.
I kept guard while Will had one. We paid the bill and legged it.
Onward and upward through the rain. We ...
... They normally have them earlier in the season when they are smaller and cheaper.
Anyway, feast your eyes on these beauties Meynell. Yum yum.
We were given a quick lesson in how to shell them and then they were lovingly devoured with home-made mayonnaise and bread.
Then it was the cheese board and some home made pudding called Far which is like ...
Departed Sarlat about 9.30 am and spent the best part of the next 8 hours or so getting to Rennes, approx 570 Klms north of Sarlat.
Had our first taste of Toll fees on the A84, €14.50 for a stretch of about 100 Kim's, it was worth it to zip along at 130 kph for a while.
Once we arrived in Rennes dumped our gear at the hotel and went for a 2 Klm walk into town to stretch the legs after being in the car for so long. Back to the hotel and had a quiet ...
We took the train to Rennes, the current capital of Brittany. It was a bit of a train ride getting there and as we approached the terminus we were a little bit disappointed with what we saw - modern buildings and high rises. Oh well we will just have to make the most of it.
We enjoyed some of the ...