Hotel des Voyageurs
Travel Blogs from Loudeac
... both iPad and camera is an effort itself!
So, yesterday, after Fort la Latte we were rushing... So much to see, so little time! It was just half an hour to Chateau de la Hudaunaye - what a strange name and no idea now to pronounce it - but that left us just an hour to look around before closing. Yet again, another picturesque ruin in a gorgeous setting, at an intersection of two rural lanes surrounded by a bit of ...
... a conversation with us, obviously deciding we looked a little too aimless or confused - like tourists in fact. We had walked towards the church and then stopped when we realised we must now be within the town wall but hadn't seen the wall, or a chateau ruin, or any signs. She said something and I explained in my limited French that I couldn't understand much as I was from Australia. She was also hard of hearing and I had to repeat that, ...
We decided to the take the TVG from Morlaix to Guingamp and potter about. We read in one of the guides that this is an interesting town, very traditional.
We more or less saw the town within a couple of hours. We have mixed feelings, perhaps it is because it was a Sunday and there was no one about. The most ...
... keep the underdog which looks like a thrilling time since he'd an original product. Walter's been the kinda guy we avidly want to support out here. Then Mark Thompson's team came to the picture (Webinar Express) and truly took the sport up a notch as they say. The two of these guys are quality folks to cooperate with. And the fact is, both plugins deliver the things they promise and ...
Day 18 July 9th
Today was the time for farewells – we were the first of our group to leave as we had a date with some cars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. We were sad to say goodbye, but looking forward to the next chapter in our travels so after a morning packing everything up (we only had ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed