Les 4 Salines Hotel Restaurant
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLes 4 Salines Hotel Restaurant Roz-sur-Couesnon
Muy buena cocina. Un lugar tranquilo en medio de la campiña normanda.
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... could escape but Tom Tom found us an alternative taking us straight through the middle of a village as they were setting up the square for the market. Tom Tom has a penchant for excitement alright!
Our first stop was in the region of the Marie Poitevin, a low lying swamp that has been heavily canalised to enable access for farmers. Known as the Venice Vert (or green Venice) it is France's answer to Mandurah! The next day we headed for our ...
... and found a supermarket at Carentan. We stopped at an Aire in la Haye du Puit to fill up with water and to do some washing. Just about all the shop windows had WWII displays left over from the 70th anniversary of D-Day. We carried on to an Aire on the coast again at Surtainville, a quiet little seaside resort. It was empty when we arrived which was quite strange since it was only 100m from the beach. We went to the park which had a skateboard park, outdoor ...
... boys were in hysterics!!!! After that, we had a lovely meal, I had a feta and tomato tartare followed by a steak frites and Geoff had a terrine de poisson and the same meal. The boys ordered a tortellini but it didn't fill up James so he had a further serve of moules frites. Probably his last but that may be a good thing as twice in one day is a lot of moules. Our time in Normandy has been lovely though tinged with sadness as Paul is unwell. It has been so ...
... when we got suckered into the museum pass. It was 18 euros for the adults, sort of a bend over situation in my mind. The museums were playa, the chastity belt was fairly horrifying so that was worth the price of admission there. Medieval torture instruments, huge riding boots and a statue of a guy that got stuck in the quick sand ( which completely terrified Ripley) were all part of the museum. He last section had the dungeon part which Ripley was not prepared for and screamed when ...
... and then roast chicken while I had a goats cheese salad followed by steak frites. Dessert was icecream for the boys, Geoff had a tarte de Normandy (apple tart) and I had a crepe with apples. After lunch we walked to the top and took in the amazing view. It was very crowded and the beautiful weather made the setting all the more amazing. The boys were very well behaved and managed the steep climb really well. We descended and caught the bus back to the car. On our way home ...