Hotel Anne de Bretagne
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Sundays are quiet days in France; many shops are closed. I enjoyed walking around historic downtown Rennes this morning in the silence and the light of a low angled autumn sun. I happened upon a wonderful foodie event in the covered market at Place des Lices. Local honey, mead, fromage, and much more! Now, to pick up my rental car and head ...
After 15 hours of travel, I'm excited to have landed and showered! The view entering France couldn't have been more perfect - we flew right over Le Havre, the first French city I lived in at age 16. Thor and company have been along for the ride and keep me ...
... the improbably steep lane, little studios either side provided windows into the workings of painters, sculptures, and jewelry makers.
The Hotel was worth noting too. A modern renovation within a historic building run by a terribly efficient and frenetic English woman.
We enjoyed a delicious meal in a restaurant down by the river, which necessitated another trip down the improbably steep lane and of course back again. No risk of input exceeding output today!
Fougeres has a magnificent castle built on the side of the hill sloping down to the river. The builders had used the river to fill the moat and drive four water wheels that remain in use (I guess having been replaced a few times).
The Castle was built as an impregnable defense, but ...
... 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 ...