Hotel du General d'Elbee
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... by train to London.
It is a fascinating town, which today hosts an Airbus factory right at the airport, where fuselages are built, then transferred to Toulouse in "the Beluga" for final assembly. The French Navy has a base, and large sections of the river are restricted airspace.
... I had two soups: chicken broth with sherry and chives followed by Tuscany beef broth with cheese tortellini and basil, which were lovely. Bill had Bermuda fish chowder and pork tenderloin with ratatouille in a tomato, then Apple tarte tatin with caramel sauce and ginger ice cream and I had white peach gelato. Then off to bed on a very choppy ...
... its bay are part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It was amazing on the outside, very simple but beautiful on the inside. After our visit, we headed to Rennes and caught a train to Paris. (There is a much more stressful truth to this part involving more bad decisions on a travel day, poor French signage, and long lines at Europcar but I'll omit it here... Only to be told with a glass of wine in hand) We did make it to ...
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 ...