Ibis Laval Le Relais d'Armor
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So now as I write this we are in Fougeres. It's been another sunny day though not as hot as the previous days. We set off as soon after breakfast as we could, mindful of the kms ahead and my cold had worsened over night. Being Sunday everywhere was incredibly quiet. The first 15 - 20 kms were along beautiful country lanes. We passed about 2 cars in 2 hours and biked though the middle of farms and farm houses. The only sounds of life ...
... speed trip to Rennes which is the biggest city in Brittany and a major transit stop. From there it was a further 45 minutes to Vitre.
When we arrived at Rennes I was feeling a little off for some reason - a bit weak and low blood pressure with a seedy type stomach. Not sure what it was or where it came from, so we just took it easy and went for a short walk and found a creperie to have a cup of tea and some lunch. This time we just ordered one ...
... we were the first ones to occupy. Very spacious - 2 large rooms, one full bathroom and a separate toilet and hand basin. Despite the spaciousness, don't think we would return because the area is a little seedy. No internet at the hotel so we were told to go next door to the Ibis. Whilst communicating with our cycling friends in Lyon Joy and Pete, with ...
... observation is the number of hair salons in France! every village no matter how small has at least one, usually two or three salons! Never mind an ATM machine - getting your hair done and looking good is more important!
We have driven all around the region visiting dozens of villages and towns, all of them individual with their own piece of medieval history, they are just so amazing. The French love roundabouts and ...
... the whole story. We then had the chance to watch a movie about it as well, and when it finished she said to me “Oh I really feel the need to clap”. It was a pleasant surprise because I was half expecting that they would find the whole thing boring.
We now only have a few days left in France before we hit Spain, so we will have to put some miles under our belt over the next couple of days. We didn’t get as far south as we would ...