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TripAdvisor Reviews Pen'Roc Hotel Chateaubourg
Travel Blogs from Chateaubourg
... including a Model T and some Cadillacs but not a mustang or a T bird. Haven’t even heard of a lot of the older European models. The early Jaguars and Porsches weren’t anything gorgeous but kind of clunky. Don’t know how they became such expensive sports cars.
Also had an extensive room of model cars. Many sections on racing cars. We sat and watched a video of some racing. Amazing how the ...
... barking to protect their houses as we rode by. We rode for 20 kms and then stopped in a small village where we queued with the locals to buy bread and fruit tarts for morning tea. The streets didn't get any busier so we kept on biking, Geoff in the lead so he could navigate and me pottering along behind. My legs were feeling like lead, I'm not sure whether it's the 2 glasses of medincial red wine last night, my cold, the previous ...
... this company at this time. The tow path was almost empty except a few locals walking their dogs. There were lots of locks on the canal, with lock keepers and pretty cottages. It didn't warm up till after 9 am. The kms rocketed by, with only stops to take photos plus find a pharmacy for me as I feel I have a sore throat and cold coming. We decided against doing the detour to a zoo and chateaux, and to get to Combourg and have a quiet afternoon. We arrived at ...
... on the tick. We tried all sorts of things until we had actually made the little dog's skin bleed, but finally it was whisky that got it out. What a waste of good whisky!
After that things bucked up, the weather was nice and there were a number of local walks for Treacle and I to explore. The only problem was that the walk maps didn't always correspond with the excellent way marking. On one occasion I had stopped looking at the map because ...
... a constant, and I mean constant stream of customers - all for one baguette - for the hour we sat there. It was not uncommon for the baguette to be nibbled on before it reached the car, or round the corner whether it was dads with littlies, couples, or just mums or singles. Ghuiam from L'epicerie in town said French are born with a baguette in their hand and I can see that more than ever now.
When we were waiting at the station in the last 15 minutes there was ...