Mercure Rennes Centre Gare
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... After the American port was destroyed it was important to capture a dock. Germans knew how important docks were, so they fortified the major ones and tried to destroy them if they lost control. Cherbourgh became an important harbor for the Allies to capture. On one of the beaches we had wanted to have a closer look at these things we wanted to see. The tide was pretty far out. We read that the allied forces wanted to pick a day with low ...
... the horses over morning coffees on our bedrooms balcony, going for bike rides to the nearby village to buy fresh bread, doing some much needed pre-train trip laundry and swimming in our indoor pool (yes...our own indoor pool!)
Many thanks to Benoit for the tastes of local specialties and wine, and also for the rides to and from the train station.
Playing hunter-gatherer and a little pyrotechnics,
Robyn and ...
... in the sense they are a minority culture with their own local language lost under the "grand flag" of the French Republic. They're cool people, I think they were generally pretty friendly. Bee was also impressed by their crepes, which is the best in France. We tried some with our new friend and host, Emilie. Miam miam!
Next stop PARIS!
... and watch the Olympics on TV. Not much at all but definetly needed it.
Day 92: Today we went to Mont Saint Michel which is a castle dedicated to the Archangel Michael and sits in the ocean just off the coast to the north of Rennes. We had to catch the bus which took a bit over an hour. This castle is amazing and would recommened it to anyone as long as you dont go during the peak months because it was absolutly ...
... us that one of her friends heard we were coming and wanted to meet us to practice her English. Annes and Yves' son Felix went to Seattle for a couple weeks and stayed with a family there. Having us over for four nights was their way of "giving back." They are wonderful people, and I think whether they were giving back or not, we would have been treated just as well. Once we got to their home, we were greeted by Anne's two sons Etienne and Felix, and Anne's friend Catherine. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed