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Travel Blogs from Ploemeur
... ice cream from one of the local places. I tried the macaroon, delicious! I would recommend it, but there are plenty of others to try as well. With ice cream in hand we sat down to listen to the band. It was impressive. Each musician, there were two, changed instruments at least three times, and took turns singing as well. In what was,I'm sure, broken French, I told one of the musicians that they played beautiful music. I had to repeat myself, but he eventually understood and ...
We arrived in France yesterday after an unsettling time; the original house we had booked turned out to be a scam and we had a frantic few days trying to book another. The house we finally booked is great and the little girls are loving the indoor swimming pool. This part of Brittany (the south coast) is lovely. The weather helps. Tonight we sat drinking wine looking out at small inlet full of boats - very pretty. Tomorrow we go exploring to a small walled town. And we LOVE the ...
We woke up this morning, got packed and checked out, before heading down the street to find our next hotel. The one we were staying at didn't have two nights free. We found it and went and checked in. Our room was already ready, which was awesome, so we went and dropped off our bags. Then we went across to the tourist info centre to try get some information about public transport to Bordeaux, then headed down the street to find a bike hire place. We got around the corner though, and ...
I woke up this morning and went downstairs for a breakfast of a croissant, baguette and juice, then met up with Lyle who gave us a few things to keep with us and we gave him a few things to take home, then I went back upstairs, woke Darren and packed up. We checked out, then said our final goodbyes to Lyle who was heading in the opposite direction. Then the trio became a duo. We walked to the metro and got a train to ...
... then more cops, then the clean up vehicles it makes you realise what a logistical nightmare it must be to make it work so well, and it seems to run to clockwork. By the end of the day you would hardly know that these small towns have been inundated with every nationality, type of motorhome and biker you can think of, and they love it, some towns go to great lengths to decorate and beautify, Guer had nothing up when we drove thru.
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