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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that you can walk into without ducking, amazing. The views are brilliant, pity the tide wasn't in as it makes for a great photo. This is a very memorable place one can visit, and after a long wait i have finally made it, and am glad i did.
My last day in Rennes is a little disappointing. For starters its raining, plus its a public holiday, so pretty much everything is closed. Oh well ...
... night it was much colder but we were snug as bugs under our new king size duvet that we bought from IKEA last month.
After eating our last two bananas we will set off for the shops and home, hoping that when we get home our big ginger cat will have returned. For those who don't know, she went missing the same night we had a midnight visit from two of our neighbour's big dogs and we've seen no sign of her since.
We stopped for lunch in the car park of Intermarché at ...
We were to set off for Rennes today and then make our way to Villers-sur-Mer tomorrow. Instead I stayed at home and Mike went to Rennes himself. He spent the night in the camping car locked in the car park of ADS Loisir. We were to have a Gaslow tank fitted on the Friday morning.
I stayed home because our big Ginger cat had gone missing and was hoping she would return but she ...
... br> So much so, every now and again, you'll be thrown a C road (like yesterday) to connect between two D roads and which means Communale - repaired at local expense by the commune. It also means ****. These are single track roads connecting small villages used by ******-up farm workers. Get the picture?
With this in mind me and Will are on one such road barrelling along, not seeing a soul for a good 20 ...
... 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 ...