Bonsai Etape Rennes

Address: rue de cezambre, Rennes, Brittany, 35135, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on rue de cezambre, Rennes, is near Parc du Thabor, Parlement de Bretagne, and Musée des Beaux-Arts (Fine Arts Museum).
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Travel Blogs from Rennes

Rennes

A travel blog entry by adriennetrapani on Nov 09, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

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 ...

Voyage

A travel blog entry by adriennetrapani on Nov 08, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

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 ...

Reflections of Juvigne

A travel blog entry by juliem.atkinson on Nov 04, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... We wandered about the historic sights and had a lovely plat de jour at a little restaurant.

We have eaten some wonderful meals and food at the country restaurants and villages they are of an extremely high standard and the most beautiful restaurants with brilliant service are in the most isolated spots! We Have the Plat d' Jour which is like a daily special which is usually two or three courses for about $12euro so ...

The Castle in the valley

A travel blog entry by dindhenry on Oct 30, 2014

5 photos

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 ...

Why don't the French harvest their sunflowers??

A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 21, 2014

8 photos

The sign read 64km to Cherbourg as I flicked the switch to turn on the heated motorbike grips. The ominous cloud had threatened a cold morning as I left Morgane's house in Rennes, having spent the last weekend of my trip here, and now the rain fell heavily. This time I was leaving France and it was journey end, the skies crying for me empathetically. Only 5 days previously I crunched my way through a minefield of slugs in the dark of ...