Domaine de Rochevilaine
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- Swimming pool
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... between all of the different attractions at breakneck speed. She also got Christine to join her on a tree climbing attraction, Rose pretending she was visiting The Magic Faraway tree, currently her favourite book. We then resumed our journey to Carnac to see the ancient stones. When arriving we joined a tourist train bus that took us on a fifty minute tour of the monuments and a number of surrounding bays. It was a good way of seeing all of the ...
We spent the weekend in Bretagne, one day in Nantes, and a few days in the sea resort town of La Baule, spending some quality time with family, taking the sun, enjoying the food and exploring the surroundings.
Nous avons passe le weekend en Bretagne, un jour a Nantes puis quelques jours a La Baule. Nous avons pu nous y reposer, profiter de la famille, du soleil, de la cuisine francaise et explorer les allentours.
Took the car out to Piriac sur Mer today to explore the coastal area south east of Vannes. It didn't disappoint, nice old port and quaint coastal town. We stopped off for a lakeside walk in the village of Asserac on the way there, and coffee and a bit of shopping in Roche St Bernard on the way ...
... sunny first thing, so I did some washing and festooned Juliette once more. Then we walked in to the town of Carnac, 25 mins across a rough track, we would have needed mountain bikes to cycle. Carnac had it's market, which was huge, we could have spent lots of euros, but I contented myself with a pair of shoes at 10 euros and a couple of scarves at 3 euros each…last of the big spenders. We had quite a long wander around both ...
... Quimper is like a sprawling nest of hidden squares, and we’re in for a treat as today there’s a market on. We get to wander through the deserted town as if it’s our own and then enjoy the contrast of the busy, buzzing market. Next, we drive to Lorient down the E60 – a friendly toll-free motorway. As soon as we get close it’s clear something is going on in Lorient – there are policemen stood on both sides of every road and we are sat in ...