Kyriad Vannes Centre
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... woman behind me, who has her husband in tow, speaks English and helps facilitate the transaction so I buy round trip tickets for 30€. Ferry is to depart at 11AM. It arrives and we board. Pretty cool. Not too many people walked on. The crossing is only 1 hour and 30 minutes. Beautiful day, sunny. But windy. So begins the trek. We walk off the ferry and I start navigating myself towards the walking path that takes you north. Take a few photos of the pretty village and ...
... in Lorient. Busier than I expected and I had to take a whiz again, pronto. ASAP. And I didn't know where I was really. Drove around like a maniac until I found a road and abandon train tracks down by the marine warehouses. Never thought there'd be such a better feeling than relieving yourself, in public. Now to find the B and B I looked up. Found it! No vacancies though. Is it because I didn't have a reservation or because he just didn't like brown people? Happened to be parked next ...
I've really enjoyed watching French television during my trip, especially the channel Arte. Today, a program on one of my earliest passions, paleoanthropology, featuring none other than Richard Leakey. My Mom was kind enough to drive me to hear him lecture in Buffalo, NY when I was ...
Time to start moving south in the hope of some warmer weather and less rain.......Daisy was raring to go just after 9.30am so we headed off to Vannes on the south coast of Brittany and arrived around midday. We were really looking forward to this campsite as it was close to the town centre and had a full spa facility including a 26 deg pool, sauna, jacuzzi and steam room which we could use for 10 euros for 5 ...
From Rennes a drive through lovely rolling country. Small fields and extensive woodlands with few fences, the majority of the land being used for cropping. Quite a contrast to the landscape at home.
The guide book informed us that the short side trip to Josselin was worth a view, so off we went. Josselin, named after a seventeen year old lad who entered the jousting ...