Auberge de La Selune
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking hotel
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It rained a lot during the night, quite loud on our attic roof. We had planned a slower start to the day, but on checking the weather forecast we found there was a window of dry weather between 7 and 11am . We have become very practiced at packing up and loading the bikes and so did it in record time this morning. Downstairs, there was not a person around and no sign of breakfast although it was 7.45am so we decided to head away. We rode out to Mont St Michel along a dedicated bike ...
... found. Sitting by the church we also found the bike trail that we had previously missed so we were able to keep going in the right direction. The next 28 kms were partly cycle track and partly on small country roads and all very pleasant riding, only one major hill. When got to town, found our hotel, Hotel Ariane, but our room wasn't ready so we went and ate our picnic lunch near by the church along with the local alcoholic who was on the steps around the corner. We had decided to go ...
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 ...
We planned to get up early and as it happened it wasn't difficult. Although our hotel was lovely and a prime position in the town, our room on the ground floor was pretty much on the footpath. It was also a busy road with cars and people walking so the night was noisy. They did us a favour though as by 7.35 am we were on our bikes and heading out along the cobbled streets. I wore tights to protect my legs from the sun but as we left the town it was so ...
... 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 ...