- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the path. I offer to take a photo of this family of 3, the wife and daughter seem enthusiastic, but the husband says "No!". Fine. I continue on my way. I walk for a good couple hours along the coast path. Very scenic. Then I make my way back to town. It starts to rain, I find shelter and wait for it to let up. I then find a nice bench to lie flat on and take a siesta. It's sunny and warm again, so peaceful. The ferry arrives again and we depart at 4PM. Tons more people walking ...
... French tourism office, they closed at 17:00, it's 2 minutes till then. Scrambled in there and asked for some help to find a place as well as find info on Belle-Ile. Great, thanks and merci! Ended up at Hotel Victor, which is a chain hotel nonetheless. Doesn't bother me. It's cheap. They serve breakfast and there was a parking spot right outside. Perfecto! Booked 2 nights and then hauled all my **** to room 219. Quiet, peaceful. And a toilet seat! Took a shower and cleaned up ...
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 ...
... excellent that was our afternoon sorted!
So after a quick lunch we changed into our swim wear, which in the case of Paul had to be speedos as the general swimming pool rules in France insist on no baggy shorts so budgie smugglers it has to be!!! Okay i've just been corrected, they're not speedos they're swim shorts......but still lycra hee hee. Anyway off we trotted to the spa only to be told that due ...
Our Penultimate Day in Brittany
We took Joyce and Bill to the train station this morning for their journey to London and then home to Halifax. We had one last petit dejeuner together at the station. Their train was a TGV fast trail to Lille, France to connect with the Eurostar for London.
Later Steven and I drive to Lorient in the Morbihan Department of Brittany to look around the port. I had read about the massive submarine pens the Nazis had ...