Ibis Laval Le Relais d'Armor
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... We wandered about the historic sights and had a lovely plat de jour at a little restaurant.
We have eaten some wonderful meals and food at the country restaurants and villages they are of an extremely high standard and the most beautiful restaurants with brilliant service are in the most isolated spots! We Have the Plat d' Jour which is like a daily special which is usually two or three courses for about $12euro so ...
Yesterday we traveled to Southern Brittany and visited Vannes then followed the peninsula down via Carnac to Quiberon. We had great weather fine and sunny which ended up 25°C which is warmer than usual this time of year according to the locals. People were swimming and windsurfing. It was a little like traveling down to theMornington Peninsula on a beautiful day only French! The French road system on the smaller roads have many, many roundabouts and it becomes quite ...
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 ...
... found Juvigne! It was 7:30pm and everything was closed except for one tiny little roadside bar that we managed to buy 2 bottles of wine and we had a bag of chips and a chocolate for dinner!
Sunday morning we awakened at Le Rachet the house we are renting to the most gorgeous morning and views across to the little village and could hear the church bells! It is such a peaceful beautiful place and it is so relaxing being here. Juvigne is a village of 1400 people and its main Centre ...
... us. The chocolate in the cakes is so fondant it melts pleasurably in the mouth.
We sit around the kitchen table late into the evening, eating, chatting (this is great for out French) and drinking. About midnight Oliver produces some fearsome apple booze he calls the 'goute' or drop. Home made and of unknown strength he grinningly looks on as I tackle it. Its powerful, but if getting this down me is the least I can do for such generosity, well its a small price to pay.