Mercure Rennes Centre Parlement
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... ride to get to Mont St Michel. Once there its a 2k walk on the board walk to get to MSM. You can take a free bus, but walking is better for me. This is one very cool place. The small cobble-stoned streets are wonderful. The Abbey is just incredible. Entrance to the Abbey is 9 euro, which i thought was a little high, that was until i started the tour. There are huge rooms after huge ...
Before I opened the blinds this morning I could tell it was raining, I could hear the cars splashing along the roads. In reality it wasn't too bad but it was drizzling. Bummer.
I spent an hour booking a hotel in Le Havre and then tailoring the route.
'Come on Will, shake a leg buddy'. A cup of tea later, showered and grit your teeth for the road ahead.
I'd picked a nice selection of D routes to get ...
... Rennes and hit some of the traffic there, more delay and it was starting to get dark. Twenty miles from Fougeres it was properly dark and the satnav took me down this less than desirable D road.
The road surface was a patchwork quilt of twists and turns, adverse cambers with bitumen strips every few yards. There was mud on the road from tractors and mashed conkers under every sodding tree. Add a liberal dose of God’s wine and you’ve got one ...
DAY SEVEN - FRIDAY We left After a reasonable night's sleep considering the slope and set off to spend some money in Rennes - IKEA and the Camping Car Shops! IKEA first where we treated ourselves to a king size duvet as our existing double leaves Mike with a cold back as he says I pinch it during the night but I reckon he throws it my way when he tosses and turns. We took ages trying ...
... au revoir by our host and hurried to board with a few minutes to spare.
And after the first 10 minutes or so of discomfort (our ears pop from the pressure as it dives underground and gathers speed) we rocket smoothly south through the fields, first stop Le Mans after about an hour. The carriage empties so I move to another window seat as we turn west to Laval and Rennes. It feels so good to be seeing the familiar corn fields and slate roofed cottages, small ...