Hotel de Bretagne

Address: 145 Rue Aristide Briand, Pre-en-Pail, Pays de la Loire, 53140, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 145 Rue Aristide Briand, Pre-en-Pail.
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Travel Blogs from Pre-en-Pail

We finally get going but the wrong way!

A travel blog entry by linanne09 on Oct 23, 2015

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... 17:00 and 10:00. We left at about 10:15 to get water just around the corner.

While Mike got water I went around to the Boulangerie to get a couple of croissants.

The part of GacÚ where we parked was quite pretty and very quiet apart from a group of youngsters who'd gathered near the parking but were no trouble and did eventually go home.

Not much traffic went through on a Saturday morning.

Next stop was to be Villers sur ...

Entry #4: Chateaus & Vineyards

A travel blog entry by ballan68 on Sep 15, 2015

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Tuesday & Wednesday, Amboise, Loire Valley: We visited three popular chateaus of the kings of France at Villandry, Chambord, and Chenonceau. Amazing gardens & architecture, the crown jewels of the Loire Valley. Some great wine tasting at a local vineyard followed up with a traditional French meal of escargots and lamb at a beautiful restaurant in a limestone cave. Thursday & Friday, Paris: Back to Paris for the last two days of the SmarTour. Another great meal of ...

Ferry journey over and first night

A travel blog entry by marshallrj on Aug 07, 2015

Today we set off from home at noon for the drive to the ferry at Portsmouth, all was fine on the journey down, not too busy. We stopped at a Tesco Express near to the terminal and bought ourselves some lunch to have on the ferry. For the first time ever, we drove straight in and through the terminal and then waited at the embarkation part and watched the Normandie discharge all its arriving and returning passengers, we got on fine and for ...

William the Conqueror

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 18, 2015

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... from the others due to the hitstorical events that have taken place. From William the Conqueror to more recently being the last town liberated by the allies in WW2 which heralded the end of the battle Normandy.

In WW2 85% of the town was destroyed, however due to impressive reconstruction efforts the town is today a thriving and beautiful town to visit.

Our primary purpose for coming today was to visit Falaise Castle. The castle is known in French as, ...

Day one

A travel blog entry by romgordona on Apr 21, 2015

We start our day mostly refreshed some still effected by jet lag. Our first trip starts with a trip down to the beaches where d day had happened. We first see one of the beaches that the Americans had to fight at, we went for a small stop at Pegasus bridge ...