Ibis Laval Le Relais d'Armor
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... for being liberated, quite amazing to see and makes you see war in a different light.
We took a long ol drive today, heading to the Loire Valley and we thank Grandma for the Loaning of the portable DVD player!!! We can drive in peace, looking out to the sights around, so many pretty villages and once again took the minor roads (a motorway is just a motorway!).
Stopped for lunch in a lovely spot, Domfront where ...
... some of the surrounding little villages including St Suzanne which is full of houses you typically see in the French villages in this area. As we had come to expect this village had the obligatory castle but what was unique were the 'risqué' signs on many of the buildings. Some years ago, a relative in the Netherlands has traced the Bais ancestry to an area in France from where they migrated some 10 generations ago. The village was quite close so of course we had to visit ...
We made excellent progress today, sticking on main roads as much as possible. We again had lunch in the restaurant-tabac in Souligne-Flace but made the mistake of trusting in an unknown dish. Paul and I were served a sausage that was frankly repulsive. I ate a little but made the rest of lunch with my chips layed on pieces of bread.
Our destination was reached mid afternoon. The hotel and restaurant were closed so Martin ...
Today we started our 4 day trip to Le Mans and back.
We got started at 11am local time having disembarked from the Jersey to St.Malo ferry.
We had lunch in Pontorson and one or two coffee breaks along the way.
We got to Ernee and out hotel at around 7pm French time, exhausted. About 75 miles covered today.
The hotel had messed up our room booking but they managed to put us all in one room. We went out to try and buy some food ...
... the photos are not the best.
Back to Nelly's about 6pm to help prepare dinner - moules and frites ie mussels and chips. Col helped with the chips as the mussels recipe is a secret. When the meal began we had mini quiches as the 'aperitif', then a selection of cold seafood including prawns, sea snails and crab claws. Then the mussels and chips, followed by a cheese platter and salad and then lemon meringue pie and ice-cream! Nelly had ...