Ibis Laval Le Relais d'Armor
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... at a great price. We've taken to having lunch as the French do for the main meal of the day as everything else is shut then anyway!
I think half the fun in being here was doing the ordinary everyday things so differently to the way we do back home. From shopping in the market stalls, buying our bread from the Bouloungerie, trying to go with the flow with the siesta time and figuring out which places are open or ...
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 ...
... intention proved optimistic and it seems that the Castle fell to anyone who could muster a few mates and had the intention to take it.
The Castle was closed as we arrived at dusk but we wandered around the grounds and took some photos of the lovely old town that surrounded the castle.
... 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 ...
... many people we have met they have not travelled far from the town they were born in, returning after university.
We spend the Saturday with the family eating a picnic by the mill pond at another small nearby village Fontain Daniel. The girls have an excursion arranged by school to a old textile factory in the village and we hitch along. Our guide is the owner, his family has always had the factory, which as it turns out was once a abbey and still looks like a ...