Le Galet Hotel & Spa
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... the path. I offer to take a photo of this family of 3, the wife and daughter seem enthusiastic, but the husband says "No!". Fine. I continue on my way. I walk for a good couple hours along the coast path. Very scenic. Then I make my way back to town. It starts to rain, I find shelter and wait for it to let up. I then find a nice bench to lie flat on and take a siesta. It's sunny and warm again, so peaceful. The ferry arrives again and we depart at 4PM. Tons more people walking ...
... picked out some deodorant, that'll hopefully work better than the **** stuff I got in England, and some nuts. Then I walked back to the marina with these stuff shoved in my pockets. It literally looked like I was pregnant with my 5th child. Looked at a few places before deciding on L'Aquarium. Wow, it's empty. But it is a Wednesday. Sat down and looked over the menu. Prefixe, 38 euros, that's expensive. This is a fine dining establishment. **** it. So I chose what I'm going to ...
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 ...
... in WW II when they occupied France. They are still there, and I am presuming that their present role is to as an anchorage for large yachts.
The Germans had occupied all the countries on the Atlantic, English Channel and North Sea of Europe and constructed defences in strategic sites along that long coast line. One can still see the gun emplacements on the cliffs of Brittany, Bordeaux and Normandy. It is still frightening to see and think ...