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Travel Blogs from Laval
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 ...
... direction to follow!
Vannes is 13th century and has medieval ramparts and watchtowers and gates and there are beautiful halftimbered houses and buildings behind the townwalls. As we were only there for one day we took a mini bus trip which took us all around the old city and outside the walls! Afterwards we visited the Cathedral and visited one of the many delightful cafes eating patisseries! There is a lovely port area and the town has a great atmosphere also not ...
Fougeres has a magnificent castle built on the side of the hill sloping down to the river. The builders had used the river to fill the moat and drive four water wheels that remain in use (I guess having been replaced a few times).
The Castle was built as an impregnable defense, but ...
... church and square. There's a bakery, Le Bar Sportif, also small restaurant that serves as a post office and sells lotto tickets and magazines, there's a little supermarket and a pharmacy and two hairdressers! The locals are all know that we have arrived and news has got around about the deux Australians staying in Le Rachet! They are all very friendly and very understanding of our poor French!
We plan to take it easy and enjoy the village and make day trips while we are ...
... one of her guy mates houses. The night was spent drinking gin and whisky (thankfully not together) and learning French drinking games.. I don't think I ever realised how much the french drink.. but they tell me it is mainly the Breton's (the people from Bretagne/Brittany) who drink to numb the pain of the **** weather they always get! haha.
Wednesday I finally got round to exploring IKEA.. I wish I ...
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