BEST WESTERN Le Duguesclin
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... with Alain's parents and off to a creperie for dinner. It was a lovely day, but for some reason I didn't sleep well the night before so I felt very tired all day and dragged myself through it. It's a funny feeling speaking French most of the time, I find that I forget my English words as well, it's very disconcerting. It's a little different this time as Chris does not speak any French so ...
May 31 Sunday In the village of Saint-Carreuc At Ian and Sophie's B & B " Auberge Le Petits Gallais". And there Mom Lila is here visiting from England . June 1 , "Today is all about Brandi" Beautiful day out on bike all thru Brittany seasides, villages, towns. Picnic at port town of Perros-Guirec with "French " bread of course ,meats, cheese. Then Dined at a beach town, Etables-sur-Mer. The countryside of Europe is ...
... Star rating . Highly recommend .
took the Brittany ferry overnight from Cork, Ireland overnight to Roscoff, France . Fascinating seaside town . Gothic architecture early 16th century. Rainy day but we didn't mind it. Tonight we are in Saint Carreuc
at a quaint B&B . Another 5 star rating.
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... As we still felt a bit tired after the journey, we decided to have a day visiting nearby local towns. We started at Loudeac, a pleasant small town about 20mins away. We explored it for a while and then sat in town square eating some tasty French bread and cakes from a patisserie. From there we then went to another small town, Pontivy which was nice and relaxing. Rose is amusingly hyper today, talking ...
The alarm went off at 3.30am and we quickly completed the final bit of packing before Rose woke. One piece of luggage is Rose's Elsa build-a-bear, who also (according to her owner) needs to travel with her own particular bed sheet "in case she gets cold in France". Rose was hard to wake but, despite her sleepy state, she was excited. We got to Dover port at around 5.50am and it was very busy, being the start of half term. ...