Travel Blogs from Laval
... or a combination of the three. Anyway I thought I would pace myself in order to last the 53 km. The last 10 kms were up and down hills though Geoff said he didn't classify them as hills, I certainly did. However I managed to keep going albeit in the lowest gear. Even coming into town passed the chateau was up a hill so I was pretty tired when we finally got to our hotel, Hotel Les Voyageurs set right in the centre of town. It's a ...
... entrusted to rear and set loose these young humans into society.
We got back into St Servan station at around 8:30pm and had a relaxed walk home where we actually found a very small superette open on a Sunday night. I found near the cider section some up market crisps 'goat cheese and pimento' which was actually chilli-pimento with a nice bite. They were totally more-ish. It is going to be a real effort to return to a disciplined eating regime when we get home.
Early start after a magnificent breakfast at our hotel. Trip marred by stops, which were explained but we didn't understand. Which resulted in U.S. Being nearly 2 hours late reaching Lyon Hotel Grand Chateau Perrache was under renovation, had been due to open on 1st June, but a long way off. Many people at reception being re-accommodated. However our room ...
Today is our last in rural France and it feels as if we have been living another life for the 10 days we have been here. Tomorrow we go to Paris on the TGV train in the morning! We have spent our last day visiting the beautiful village of Sainte-Suzanne petite cite de caractere with it's keep, ramparts, castle and medieval houses. it is famous for resisting William the conqueror and has lovely old mills and quaint hoiuses along a ...
... crossed on top, then the obligatory chervil leaves - only pretty ones, then shock, horror, RANDOM drops of yogurt! Didnt think Sid did random!
Served and eaten with appreciative mutterings, spring rolls next - we all decided it was too much to have 4 each (getting cocky now!) and then smoked fillet of beef, parsley pesto (yuck!) and boulangerie potatoes - had bearnaise sauce and peppercorn - didnt need both in my (humble) opinion. Steak was on lush ...
Other places to stay in Laval
22 Rue De La Paix, Laval | Hotelfrom $80
Route De Fougeres, Laval | 3 star hotelfrom $62
Boulevard Des Trappistines, Laval | Hotelfrom $70
8, Avenue Robert Buron, Laval | 2 star hotelfrom $84
102, avenue Robert Buron, Laval | Hotelfrom $127
6, Rue de la Halle aux Toiles, Laval | Hotelfrom $144