Hotel Le Lodge Kerisper
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... up! We had a look at the restaurant that was across the road from there, but the prices were mental. So after a bit we got back on our bikes and kept riding along for a while. We stopped at another little place which we thought might have food, but it turned out just to be an equestrian centre! So we looked at the map and decided to keep riding into the next town rather than circling back around the stones. So we rode along the main road for a bit to a small place called La ...
... we bought a train ticket to a place called Auray. The train was leaving in about 10 minutes so after we worked out how to read our ticket we found our platform and walked all the way down to the fifteenth carriage, which seemed to take forever! We found our seats and the train set off on its way. We got some lunch and I took my sandwich back to the seat while Darren waited for his food to be heated, then he came back to the seat ...
... and interspersed with lots of lounging around in beautiful French villages and copious jambon et fromage baguettes. After a 25km meander down the canal we arrived at our hosts for the night, a lovely French couple who cooked us a meal with lots of organic vegetables from their farm with vast amounts of pasta. We were still exhausted from the night before, and fell quickly asleep on buckwheat pillows. Day 2 and things were looking ...
... know it, it's tea time and with so many campers all vieing for a spot , it's important to get there early.
Our move in the morning was the right decision as we had a very good vantage point, and plenty of room.When the cops pulled their bikes up beside us I asked if I could take his photo, very obliging he was, there are so many cops following the tour, after the riders go thru, then the support vehicles, then the tour race ...
... Carnac is very much a holiday town, which gets busy in July and August. Out of season most places are closed. So I would recommend the use of a car at this time of year. The nearest airport is Rennes with many European Budget airlines landing there. The nearest ferry port from the UK is St Malo, 88 miles to the northeast. Hotel accommodation is at a premium in July and August, at other times of the year there are plenty of camping and rental property available at a reasonable price.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed