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... the horses over morning coffees on our bedrooms balcony, going for bike rides to the nearby village to buy fresh bread, doing some much needed pre-train trip laundry and swimming in our indoor pool (yes...our own indoor pool!)
Many thanks to Benoit for the tastes of local specialties and wine, and also for the rides to and from the train station.
Playing hunter-gatherer and a little pyrotechnics,
Robyn and ...
(Renee): Comments and photos on Rennes: It's a fair-sized city. For big city people, its OK, although I feel that Bee wasn't necessarily super impressed (LOL - too excited for Paris I think). I think it was a very clean city, and its part of Brittany, La Bretagne, which is quite a chill area of France (the north-west corner). The Bretons relate to ...
a whole Quebec centre there with history, immigration and tourism
The trolley was so awesome that we took it to emilie's apartment
-hey, dont lookat me, i was going to return itat the end of theday but emilie said we may as well keep it until we leave rennes! she had a good point!
Emilie brought us ...
... tourists, much more then I expected, but it was still I sight to see. It would have been even more amazing if we were there during high tide when it was surrounded with water, but since it was not we were able to walk around the back on to the sand and see a different side. It would also have been amazing to see at night time when it was all lit up. The castle contains the village houses (mostly tourists shops and ...
... the sites, but it was really expensive. So we sucked it up and gave in and bought the tickets to the tour (not a terrible price, about €8 each). I was still bummed and found myself getting in a grumpy mood, but I had to make the most of it. At least we were still going to see three sites, instead of none. So we hopped on the bus and headed towards the Chateau on the Lake. I wish I could tell you that we learned a ton of cool facts and information, but alas, our French is ...