Le Trinite Hotel
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... time. And pretty much all the same people who travelled with me on the 11AM ferry are heading back. We make it back to the mainland and I walk back to the car. It's still there even though I thought I'd be towed. Thank goodness. I then drive back to Lorient. Fill up at a gas station, successful this time. Full tank. I find parking right outside the hotel again. Great. And then pick up a few things from the supermarket and local patisserie down the street. I eat in and fall asleep ...
... about, taking photos before sunset. It's really beautiful here. Walked a bit more, trying to find Mama Mia restaurant, which I figured was Italian. A las, it was closed. Maybe for renovation. Walked up some other street and popped into a local grocery. Amazing experience. Was looking for anything to buy, anything. Looked around for a few minutes as I witnessed locals entering and exiting and chatting up the shop owner. Everyone knows each other of course. Shooting the ****, ...
I've really enjoyed watching French television during my trip, especially the channel Arte. Today, a program on one of my earliest passions, paleoanthropology, featuring none other than Richard Leakey. My Mom was kind enough to drive me to hear him lecture in Buffalo, NY when I was ...
... technical problem the whole spa was closed! The afternoon was put to good use catching up on washing and cleaning instead, not exactly the pamper afternoon we had envisaged!
So much for dodging the rain too, we've had some pretty good downpours ever since we arrived and the van was rocking for all the wrong reasons last night!
Friday was spent walking around the gorgeous town of Vannes (which ...
... in WW II when they occupied France. They are still there, and I am presuming that their present role is to as an anchorage for large yachts.
The Germans had occupied all the countries on the Atlantic, English Channel and North Sea of Europe and constructed defences in strategic sites along that long coast line. One can still see the gun emplacements on the cliffs of Brittany, Bordeaux and Normandy. It is still frightening to see and think ...