Les 13 Assiettes Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... but returned after 2 kms as it started to rain. It's now thunder and lightening and we feel so thrilled we had such wonderful weather for our entire trip. We ate dinner at a local restaurant which was delicious and now we are getting organised for our ferry sailing tomorrow. We will be thrilled to get back to London as Blake and Sarah have been unwell. The biking was awesome though and every day was brilliant - spectacular scenery and lovely ...
... our time but also being mindful of the weather which was threatening. It was a lovely ride out to the coast and then along the seafront to Le Vivier-Sur-Mer, a busy port town where mussels and oysters are grown and harvested. Arriving at the hotel, Hotel Beau Rivage, they were kind enough to scurry around and find a room that was ready for us, another attic room but very spacious. Even though our bags didn't arrive till some time later we were happy to have a room to retreat to and ...
Our itinerary says 48 kms today from Fougeres to Pontorson. This morning we were treated to 20 kms of cycle paths through pretty farm land and acres and acres of maize fields. There were a few locals running, biking or walking their dogs but in general really quiet and lovely. It looked like it may have been a rail way track in years gone by and there was the odd tunnel but otherwise no sign of any tracks. Our first stop was at Antrain where we ended up coming into town completely the ...
So now as I write this we are in Fougeres. It's been another sunny day though not as hot as the previous days. We set off as soon after breakfast as we could, mindful of the kms ahead and my cold had worsened over night. Being Sunday everywhere was incredibly quiet. The first 15 - 20 kms were along beautiful country lanes. We passed about 2 cars in 2 hours and biked though the middle of farms and farm houses. The only sounds of life ...
... mouse. Quin got the omelet thing, a salad, and cheese with toast. Except for the omelets it was a very tasty dinner in a pretty restaurant. After that we went out and watched the tides change for a little while. I found that super cool. They came in around a mile and covered up all the marsh land around the mont. Once we were done we took the free tram across the bridge back to our place, and settled down for the ...