Ibis Laval Le Relais d'Armor
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... to being every few kilometres! The drivers are either of Le Snail or Le Speedo varieties with no inbetween! As the roads were made hundreds and hundreds of years ago they are very narrow in parts and in some of the villages it is almost impossible for more than one car at a time! They will just stop and have a chat to their friends in front of you and block the traffic! C'est La Vie as they say! It was great and we will return ...
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.
... church and square. There's a bakery, Le Bar Sportif, also small restaurant that serves as a post office and sells lotto tickets and magazines, there's a little supermarket and a pharmacy and two hairdressers! The locals are all know that we have arrived and news has got around about the deux Australians staying in Le Rachet! They are all very friendly and very understanding of our poor French!
We plan to take it easy and enjoy the village and make day trips while we are ...
... 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.