Domaine De La Bretesche
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... we have to turn it back on and wait for it to reboot itself. So back into the store to see if we can buy a new Garmin. My hubby finally asks if they have a GPS because at this point, we don’t even know how to get back to the house where we are living!!! They carry TomTom’s so we buy it and have to get the display model. So we then sit in the car for about an hour getting it set and ready to go but as it comes with ...
... everywhere has had free parking. I imagine it wouldn't be quite so easy to find a place during the high season but some days, it seems like we are almost the only people here in France.
The market was bigger and they had more than just shoes and cheese. Stopped at the first place that said they had crepes but they didn’t. So Hubby walked down two doors to buy us donuts and then came back with them and we had coffee in that shop. The owner ...
... hubby waved to them and they went on. Had to have done the same to their mirror I would think. Hubby’s take is that I was over the line. My take is that I wasn’t and they were over the line as I have watched many of the cars come over the line while driving towards me. The times we have stopped to see where I am on the road, I am inside my lane. But this is where we always disagree. And now at last, he might have ammunition on his side. Oh ...
This was Monday Aug 31, 2015
Our friend's French friend and "next door hamlet" neighbor has invited us to come to use the Internet. We are so rural that we have little connections at any time and as we were in the process of selling a house in the States, we needed a bit of Internet time. We realized that we didn't know where she lives so we thought to be calling her back but it rang to our friend in England. She ...
... down around the Golfe du Morbihan, the inland sea where 40 islands dot the gulf. We stopped for a picnic lunch in a park across the water from Saint-Nazaire. Staying near the coast, we stopped in Pornic to stretch our legs, buy some jackets (it’s getting cold), and have a glass of wine. Pornic was surprisingly nice, it’s one of those undiscovered places, off the beaten track of foreign tourists, but it was very busy with French tourists.