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August 25, 2022

Getting around in Brittany or Bretagne or Breizh… !

People come and go and go around in my lovely Bretagne, but they always ask me for public transports, not the best in the country…car is still king here; but we do have as in France overall good public transportation to take you to most of Brittany. Heavy subject for me ,but will try to give you as much information as possible in a general guidance.

However, on family trips we use the car exclusively and the trajects have always been wonderful and plenty of family anecdotes and sights; of course will tell you this first…. We are about 4h45 hours from our home/Vannes area to Paris by roads the N24 N157 A81 A11 A10 and D920 to the Montparnasse area. However, our preferred route is taken the no tolls in 6h on the N24 to Rennes get on the north or rocade nord (N136) direction Caen, to hook up with the A84 still direction Caen but get off at Fougéres on the N12 direction Mayenne/Alençon then Dreux to connect with the A12 and continue direction Paris on the A13 getting to Paris by the Porte d’Autheil or continue on the BP to the porte de Passy or Muette.

The expressway or voie express N165 connects all the major towns from Nantes to Brest, and N24 connects Rennes to Lorient etc. Unlike other road networks in France, it is toll-free roads as per Breton tradition since 1532!!! It is said that Brittany’s free road network is a legacy of Anne de Bretagne who ordered the abolition of tolls between Brittany and France while married to the King of France. In fact, it is as a result of a political decision taken in the 60s to open up the region to the rest of the country. 

The expressways or Autoroutes or with the letter A in front of the number :

This is the Stationaute on the N165 with exit/sortie and amenities :

This is the Stationaute on the N24 with exit/sortie and amenities :

You can see on Stationaute the other highways telling you exits and amenities :

The carpooling vogue is big here and plenty of sites offering this service with bays of parking specifically design for the exchange meeting place. They are growing with many more communities a lot better than Paris ! You have a webpage for each department of the lovely region of Bretagne , The popular nationwide is Bla Bla Car webpage :

There are many sites but never use them so rather do not list here, the word in French is covoiturage to search for others, Remember, departments of Brittany are Finistére 29, Côtes d’Armor 22, Morbihan 56, and Ille et Vilaine 35, For my dept Morbihan Vannes is well covered here is a map and location of pickup places :

The most extensive is the train network as in France, There are great train stations covering most of the land, even TGV lines from Rennes to Brest, Quimper and Saint-Malo, the rail system provides Brittany with a good service. With today’s expected speeds: the TGV takes 1,25 hours from Paris to Rennes and 2,25 hours from Paris-Montparnasse to Vannes even 3,25 to Brest; other TGV lines offer direct connections between Rennes and Lille , Lyon, Strasbourg and Marseille amongst some. The TER (Transport Express Régional, or express regional transport services by train and sometimes bus) successfully serves the main cities in Brittany.

I have used extensively the Auray or Vannes to Paris Montparnasse route on TGV with stops in Redon, Le Mans, Rennes, As well as TER lines Vannes to Nantes, and Rennes.

The official SNCF trains information :

The official TER Bretagne :

In Summers, there is a very popular service from Auray to Quiberon near the beaches call the Tire-Bouchon,(corkscrew) TER Tire Bouchon info :

The Bus service is pretty good especially in major cities ,a lot less in the countryside. In my town there is only one bus service line 5 Keolis passing 2-3 hours intervals. If you ever in the area from Vannes, Auray etc this is the line to get to me ! The KeolisAtlantique on line 5 :

The bus network in Brittany has now been group into BreizhGo site for all transports modes :

There are eight airports in Brittany: Brest , Rennes, Lorient , Quimper, Dinard , Lannion , Morlaix and Saint-Brieuc. There are daily flights to Paris from Brest, Rennes, Lorient, Quimper and Lannion), and connections with national and European cities are available. We do are serve as well by the airport in old Brittany, Nantes Atlantique which I used the most by far ! . Once in Lorient,and twice at Rennes, the rest have been Nantes.

Nantes :



The ports of Saint-Malo and Roscoff welcome travellers heading to the UK (Portsmouth, Plymouth and Poole) and Ireland (Cork), with the port of Saint-Malo also experiencing busy traffic to and from the Channel Islands. Regular ferry services connect Brittany to its many islands: Île aux Moines, Île d’Arz, Île de Bréhat, Île de Batz, Ushant, Molène, Île de Sein, Belle-Ile, Groix, the Glénan Islands, Houat and Hoëdic.

Brittany has 5 major trading ports: Brest, Lorient, Roscoff, Le Légué and Saint-Malo. The main ones for passenger , me think are St Malo and Roscoff,

Port of St Malo :

Port de Roscoff:

We have plenty of cycling paths and it is a heaven on earth here, very much in vogue and many editions of the Tour de France passed by Brittany , and we have enjoyed it. Brittany’s network of cycle paths and walking trails is part of the quality of life and is one of the region’s tourist attractions. There is a network of routes approved by the Fédérations Françaises de Cyclisme et de Cyclotourisme. This will allow you to explore the Breton peninsula along the coast, cross east to west along the canal from Nantes to Brest and travel inland from north to south. It is part of the European route that goes from the north (Stockholm) to the south (Lisbon) of Europe via Brittany. The official Federation and renting bikes in France:

Each major city has its own public transports for local needs, however, BreizhGo will give you these too, This of course is a general overview of the major public transports available,there is much is more, If you ever by here and need to know how to get around, let me know.  Enjoy Brittany as much as I do for the last 11 years now !

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all !!!

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August 25, 2022

My favorite restaurants of Brittany/Bretagne !!!

A few years back , I started a post on my best restaurants in France,  Paris and then of Versailles etc. Well ,I have been a few years already in Brittany, gone to many restaurants, and will like to tell you about my better ones. Of course , always check for availability and times, and these are only the ones I think were good. This is an update of an older post as they do change, Hope you enjoy it and use as a reference when in the area.

Of course, on my visits to the towns and ate in them I have told you about them. Therefore, this is a general list of them for easy finding in my blog, me think. I have not only updated the post but also the restaurants as some had already closed cause… covid me think. They are shown in no particular order.

La Boucherie, zone océane 3 ,rue de Danemark, Auray 56400

La Boucherie, Rue du Gay Lussac, Zone du Parc lann, Vannes 56000

Le Bistro du Port, 7 place Saint Sauveur, Saint Goustan, Auray 56400

L’Armoric, 1 Place Saint Sauveur , Saint Goustan, Auray 56400

Restaurant La Fromentine, 10 rue du Chateau, Auray 56400

Au Coin du Feu, D768, Camors 56330

Crêperie Saint Sauveur, port de Saint-Goustan, 6 rue Saint-Sauveur, Auray 56400

Le Grand Voyageurs Hôtel restaurant ,facing Ville Close ,Concarneau  29182

A l’Aise Breizh Café, Port de Plaisance, le port (above harbormaster house) Vannes 56000

Da Franco (Italien) 18 place Edouard Vaillant, Douarnenez 29100

Le Lion d’Or , 5 place Adrien Le Franc, Elven 56250

La Villa Toscane ,15 Place Jaffré, Guidel 56520

La Moule que Saoûle , Centre Commercial la Falaise, Guidel plages 56520

Le Guéthenoc, 11 place Notre Dame, Josselin 56120

L’Escale Hôtel Restaurant le port (harbor) facing the ocean, Locmariaquer 56740

Hôtel Restaurant Les Voyageurs, 10 rue de Cadélac, Loudeac 22600

La Terrace, 31 place des Otages, Morlaix 29600

Le Voilier, 8 quai des Voiliers, Arzon 56640

Les Trois Etoiles, ZA de Tréhuinec , D779 road Plescop 56890

Crêperie de l’Enclos ,51 place du Général de Gaulle, Pleyben 29190

Crêperie Restaurant Le Vorlen ,rue de la Gare, (across from above) Pluvigner 56330

Restaurant Le Martray, 32 rue du Pont/Place du Matray, Pontivy 56300

L’Aiglon, 42 du Général de Gaulle, Pontivy 56300

Restaurant Crêperie du Pont Fleuri, 5 rue Ellé, Basse ville, Quimperlé 29300

Restaurant bar Les Cariatides, 4 rue du Quéodet, Quimper 29000

Back to the 60’s American Diner, 58 rue de St Malo, Rennes 35000

Café Hoche, 15 place Hoche, Quiberon, 56170

Le Vivier (seafood), Côte Sauvage, Quiberon 56170

Au Goüt du Jour, 5 rue St Michel, Pluvigner 56330

Pizzeria Le Scampi, 11 Place du Marché, Pluvigner 56330

Crêperie des Bés, 4 rue Thévenard, St Malo 35400

Crêperie Les Ajoncs, 4 rue de Vannes, Saint-Anne d’Auray

Le Scoop bar brasserie, 60 rue Théophaste Renaudot, ZAC Kerlann , Vannes 56000

Le Gavroche, 17 rue de la Fontaine, Vannes 56000

Don Camillo Pizzeria, 20 rue du port, Vannes 56000

Balade en Crepanie, 21 rue de la Fontaine, Vannes 56000

Chez la Mére 6 sous, 11 rue Thomas de Closmadeuc Vannes 56000

La Saigonnaise, 2 place de la Madeleine, Vannes 56000

Les Oliviers, 60 avenue du Verdun, Vannes 56000

Villa Valencia, 3 rue Bienheureux P Rene Rogue, Vannes 56000

Le Petit Belon, 3 place de la poissonnerie, Vannes 56000

Crêperie de la Tour Trompette, 4 rue Venelle, Vannes 56000

Le Gambetta, 1 place Gambetta, Vannes 56000

Signe Lecocq (old Lecocq & Folks), 5 rue Saint Vincent, Vannes 56000

TablaPizza, ZAC du Parc Lann, 6 rue Jacques Rueff, Vannes 56000

L’Orée des Monts, 5 place Charles de Gaulle, Sizun 29450

Pizzeria del Castello , 5 rue Maréchal Joffre, Hennebont, 56700

Brasserie Le Carré  15 place Aristide Briand ,Lorient 56100

Café Breton , 8 rue du Porche, Rochefort-en-Terre 56220

Créperie Le Fournil, 15, Place de l’Eglise , Ambon 56190

Créperie Les Logoden 20, rue Albert Danet, Arradon 56610

Les Kerguelen 2 bis rue des artisans – Toulbroch , Baden 56870

Au Coq en Pâte, 20 route de Corn Er Hoët, Brech 56400

Le Chat qui Pêche 2 Cr des Quais, Étel 56410

Kreizhy Crep’s 2 Grand Rue,Grand-Champ 56390

 Brasserie ORoof  2B Pl. du Bas-Pouldu, Guidel Plage 56520

Créperie Mouchoir du Poche 7, rue lafayette, La Gacilly 56200

Le Yackam’s Bar Brasserie 8 Quai Saint-Antoine,La Roche-Bernard 56130

Les Regates 15 rue de Pen Lannic Larmor-Baden 56870.

There you go folks, yes we have been out a lot ,and of course now less often missing my biggest push, my dear late wife Martine. I think you have plenty to choose thus…… bon appétit, and drink wines, cider, beers all in moderation , good for the economy and the traditions of France. Unesco World Heritage Intangible lists :Gastronomic meals ! Hope you enjoy the post as I.

And remember, happy travels, good health,and many cheers to all !!!

August 25, 2022

The Ciders of my Bretagne !!!

Over the years of blogging I have mentioned in several briefs the wonderful ciders of Bretagne/Brittany and it has been a wonderful ride on them, However, fell one post to cover all would be better and more informative to all. I grew up on ciders too, but these were from Asturias Spain, then tried the Norman ciders on my visits to the area from Versailles, Finally came to live in the Morbihan breton dept 56 and began to try the Breton ciders, I admit right away no doubts they are the best, I like to update several posts and briefs on them into one post on the ciders of my Bretagne !!! Hope you enjoy the post and find it informative as I

Well, as it goes with the galettes, crêpes of Brittany the drink is the cider, Beer is very popular and wines next but the ciders are king, Now some background on the ciders of Brittany !!!

The designation Appellation Cidre de Bretagne or Cidre Breton is a protected geographical area such as a Indication Géographique Protégée (IGP) since 2000.  According to the Union Nationale Interprofessionnelle Cidricole, the Breton ciders are characterized by a variant color from straw yellow to tainted or woody brown  according to the varietal composition and the terroir (site of cultivation of apples). The variety Guillevic label rouge given since 2000 is done using apples of the Guillevic variety only, pure juice ,not gasified not adulterer and non pasteurized.  It is produce in my area of the Morbihan and it is with a soft acidic flavor and aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and exotic fruits like pineapples. The body is pale yellow, with green reflects, crystalline with fine persistent bubbles. The Breton Cider is serve in cups of terracotta shiny smooth call Bolées ,small bowls with handle or without and the form in cylindrical style. You have Cidre doux or sweet with less than 3 degrees alcohol, Cidre Demi-Sec or half dry with alcohol between 3-4 degrees and the Cidre Brut with alcohol of 4 degrees or more usually 5,5 degrees.

The production of fermented apples is known in Brittany since the 8C. In the 12C several varieties of apples from Spain were grafted with local varieties to improved their concentration of tannins and the conservation of ciders.  Until the end of the 19C the harvest of apples and the cider production was very loose and the price varies in the same proportions according to the harvest of apples, the offer and the quality. Brittany produces 40% of all cider consumed in France with the biggest producers located in a radius of 60 km around the city of Rennes, representing 84% of the volume in Brittany. Also, in addition, you have about 70 artisans local producers in farms that gives a different twist to this wonderful drink.  The legend has seven large ciders in Brittany, on the terroirs of the Nantais country, the country of Rennes, Redon, the Val-de-Rance, the Goëlo, the Guillevic and Cornouaille. We only build a legend on great stories, and the cider of the 21C is a Breton one.

The first ciders arrive in the market early October coming from the region of Dol (Dol de Bretagne) ; the farmers from the marshes kept this tradition to collect the apples early. It is a cider doux, acidic, very nice to the taste on drinking but needs early drinking. The varieties of apples are the rouget de Dol and rouget blanc, bitter apples. It was sold like table apples in England and Germany. In Ille-et-Vilaine dept 35, was for long the biggest producer of cider apples in France; and the areas of the basins of Rennes and Vitré  still are the region with the biggest production.  The ciders here are generally light, acidic low in alcohol and nice bouquet.  The varieties are the bedan rouge aigre, marguerite and gilet rouge.  Before ,this region exported part of its apples to Germany for apple juice.  Along the valley of the Rance , and around Dinan the cru call  “de Pleudîhen” is more acidic and stronger than that of Rennes.  The varieties are  the Jeanne renard, chevalier jaune, and marie menard.  The land is more granitic, and the arable land less deeper and less rich than on the basin of Rennes given apples less stronger, fruits richer in sugar,and a density on the must higher.  The Valley of the  Rance has always been a rich region of cider apples and exported the ciders to other areas of Brittany such as Léon  and Trégor, where varieties stronger and good conservation are harvest such as the richarde, vallon, and toupie etc.  The more we go west, the more the crus are acidic and less apples to mix with. The region of Vannes is an exception.  Here is the base for the Guillevic variety that only use alone a doux, acidic well perfume and average alcoholic. In the south of the Finistére dept 29, in the apple orchards of Quimperlé they mix the acidic varieties in  Clohars-Carnouët, Moëlan-sur-Mer, Pays Bigouden ,and Fouesnant . The crus are known for their strong color and acidic taken from their varietals such as Chuero briz, c’huero ru and kermerrien. In the north of the Finistére , you have it is not much cultivated and import their apples from the east of the Côtes-d’Armor (dept 22) such as  Dinan, Plancoët, and Matignon. The basin of Fougères produces a lot of apples but do not give a cru well done.

The one we like the best in my beautiful Morbihan dept 56 are:

The Distellerie de Gorvello in Sulniac, A wonderful place making cider, apple juice, liquors from apples such as pommeau de Bretagne, Fine de Bretagne, vinager of cider, etc as well as cold cuts canned goods. It has won many medals in the region and a family business. It is better to call ahead for tours as they change all the time; we did not go on it as we already visited the making of cider here, but did tasted the apple juice Gullivec and Tradition and Gullivec ciders as well as other goodies. It is in the immediate vicinity of Vannes and the Gulf of Morbihan, at the village of Sulniac , the Gorvello distillery is a small family farm specializing in the cultivation of Apple Cider.  On the expressway N165 direction Nantes  at exit sortie 22 take direction first La Trinité Surzur and quick right into the road D183 direction Sulniac, you past the signs for the Castle of Plessis Josso (see post) and on the next road with a small sign (need to be alert not to missed it) turn right and see signs for the distillery. The production activity is right on site with a workshop located within one of their orchards, here  carefully and according to artisanal methods its develop quality products including aperitifs and distilled spirits with their own alembic and aged in oak barrels in the cellar. The flagship products are  Fine Bretagne AOC , Pommeau de Bretagne AOC, Little Prince Guillevic ,Cider from Brittany IGP and AB, AB Apple juice, Cider vinegar et Other local products. We have tried most already. Delicious, old fashion way the one we like and glad to be in France and the prices are family soft. Webpage :



Sulniac dist du gorvello-tradition-brut-from-aug16

I have written on Surzur before in my blog, and it was one special spot where I took my dear late wife Martine for natural cures; forever memorable. The town of Surzur is crossed from east to west by the D 20, the town’s main road. The D183, which connects the expressway from Vannes to Nantes, the N 165, but also the connection with the villages located inland, such as La Trinité-Surzur, Sulniac or Le Gorvello. There is one bus line 22 but best by car . The town of Surzur has an oceanic feeling crisscross by several small creeks and rivers. Therefore, we go to the Cidrerie Nicol with it’s wonderful cider products already tasted here. Near the Gulf of Morbihan, for three generations, the Nicol’s have been making on their farm a traditional cider which has the particularity of being fruity and slightly acidic. It is made with apples from their 13 ha orchards and apples from south Morbihan farmers exclusively to preserve the wine which is linked to the land and their high level of sunshine. The farm has 13 hectares of orchard, four of which have a red label, the cider house harvests and buys apples of local varieties. It processed nearly 1,000 tonnes of fruit in 2019 for a production of around 800,000 bottles of cider (raw, fruity and sweet), 100,000 bottles of apple juice, 100,000 bottles of Royal Guillevic Label Rouge and 10,000 crab apple bottles (non-alcoholic sparkling juice). They make an authentic cider bouché (corked) pure juice, exclusively from fresh Guillevic apples, with a fine and original personality to be discovered both as an aperitif in a flute or at the table with a dessert. This top-of-the-range mono-varietal cider, of natural fermentation, of the Royal Guillevic appellation is today guaranteed by a Label Rouge. With perfect traceability, each batch is subject to approval after analysis and evaluation by the tasting committee. Other products are the Rhuys Artisanal Cider (Brut, Demi-sec, Doux) traditionally made in their farm and has the particularity of being fruity and slightly acidulous. It is regularly awarded a medal at the Concours Général Agricole in Paris. Apple juice 100% pure juice made from cider apple juice gives it a fragrant and frank taste. It is of course alcohol-free and without the addition of sugar. Webpage,


Cidrerie Nicol Grande Guillevic

Cidrerie Nicol buche

The musée du cidre at Le Hézo  nice cider on the spot produce, and other goodies (see post) . Also, a tour on the making of it and tastings. webpage:

Cidrerie des Terroirs at Colpo produces artisanal cider 100% pure juice from local cider apple orchards. The products are divided into 3 ranges: “Colpo” traditional rustic and full-bodied ciders, “Terroir” sweet and fragrant ciders, “Royal Guillevic” tasting cider. Webpage :

The Cidrerie du Golfe  at Arradon, This year 8 cuvées are offered. Local cider: fine and balanced, Outstanding: bitter and long in the mouth ; P’tite cuvée: tangy and 100% Guillevic ; Hoops: (infused with hops), Chouf: (cider and honey co-fermentation), BlaBla: (cider/bitter orange co-fermentation), My heart swings: (cider/grape co-fermentation), the X: (extra-gross) ; Hangover: (Solera ciders), Baphomet: (cider aged on pommeau lees) and Jaja: apple wine, webpage :

Further info on ciders:

The House of Ciders of Brittany :

The Ciders of France on well chosen ciders :

The Bretagne region tourist office on ciders :

There you go folks, a wonderful product part of my lovely Bretagne and the gastronomic excellence of my belle France, Enjoy the ciders of Brittany, you will be glad , I am telling you !

And remember, happy travels,, good health, and many cheers to all !!!

August 25, 2022

My early life in France and my blog !!!

This is right off the back an update of an older post as just exchange with a fellow blogger on how long I have been in France , 19 years already since August 23rd 2003 !! My blog was a request by many friends in a now defunct travel forum that was very popular for a time and many convince me to write a book or a blog, Well me kept it simple and did a blog with the help of another friend from Madrid that had a travel forum on Spain, now abandoned, I guess I am strong to keep up this blog since November 26 2010. It keeps me going and I thank you all. I came first to lived in France with my in-laws in Chambry Seine et Marne dept 77 of the Île de France region,for free of course ,a great beginning! Then, once the rest of my family came from USA in Dec 2003 we went on to purchase a home in Versailles by July 2004, while always working in Paris or Suresnes. For job reasons and the wish of my wife Martine (RIP) I took a job in the Morbihan breton dept 56 of the region of Bretagne to start on June 1st 2011. We rented an apartment in Brech for me to stay while started working and the family follow early 2012. We then proceeded to purchase a home in Pluvigner on July 13 2013 , and we have been here ever since, except my dear late wife Martine who passed away from cancer on April 30 2018.

Now into retirement from a life that took me to visit 81 countries of our world in the Finance field,while doing expats work in 5, my blog is more than ever, my leisure and mind activity. Life on the road was nice , and the places visited interesting, but sometimes missed the boys back and Dad and wife back home. Now is the reverse I missed that hectic travel work pace lol !! The family lost two strong women of great courage and great mothers/wives, that we always missed, my mom Gladys (passed away Dec 27th 2007) ,and wife Martine. We taugh our boys well and they are pulling thru helping me a lot around the house ; they are good young men. My Dad Elio tumbled into a wheelchair and beginning to lose memory at 87 years old, but he is with us at home and the help of nurses and domestic help. My up to date news lol !!

I like to copy those earlier moment in my blog as a reminder of the nice blog that I build again thanks to many of you !! So these were my entries into my first blog posts ever!!! It all started back in November 2010!!! wow already 12 years time flies when having fun ! Hope you enjoy reading it as I did/do. Thank you all !!

Well I am finally into a blog after many years posting elsewhere. Hopefully this will allow me to share with my friends and family my travels and favorites pastimes over the years,and to hear back from folks similar stories. It will grow with us,looking forward to it. Posted: November 26 2010

Havana/La Habana it was once the Paris of the Americas, the Pearl of the Antilles, the most chic city of Latin America until the revolution destroyed everything;streets names were changed, city names were change, people left in hordes, and more poverty than ever sets in all under the glorious revolution still there.  Posted: November 28 2010,

Madrid .I arrived from Havana, Cuba on December 30th 1971 in a lonely long flight of 16 hours aboard a Britannia four propellers aircraft with a fueling stop in Santa Maria, Azores islands of Portugal. After much political pressure and the help of the Spanish government as Spanish citizens to leave the island dictatorship. I end up in another one Lol! Posted: November 28 2010

Where it all began for me and my family finally arriving in freedom at Perth Amboy , New Jersey ,USA on may 10, 1972. From Madrid ,Spain. After successful avoiding two dictatorships of the left and right, freedom sets in. Posted: November 28 2010

Daytona Beach/Ormond Beach /North Miami/ Hialeah/ Miramar. My first contact with the State of Florida took place in 1973 when I went from New Jersey to visit my Aunt in Miami Lakes; it didnt seem that great, I guess I was already used to the cold weather from Spain and New Jersey. Then in August of 1977 I went to pursue my university studies (ERAU) there, and settled at Daytona Beach. It was instant love, the city was warm, sunny but also cool in winter, nice folks and the beach and the girls was awesome. Posted:  November 29 2010

Versailles. Coming around my life, as a family we decided way back that one day we might end up in France. Being married to a French woman, and all French citizens, the time was just any minute. Life in South Florida has been great, and we were visiting France every year since 1990 together,even sometimes with my parents. The decision was made to come to live in France permanently in 2003. Posted: November 30 2010

Auray/Brech . Well here I am back and with new photos to share the wonderful world of  France. Today, I will talk a bit about my new area the Pays ‘Auray. Its a agglomaration of several towns into a metropolitan system of cities. The capital and main city is Auray or An Alre in Breton language.  I arrived here in May 30 2011. Posted: June 26 2011

Pluvigner. The town we are now is call Pluvigner, same department of Morbihan 56, in fact only about 11 kms from where we were, but a much bigger home. 255 sq meters of home and 1000 m2 of land!!! The house is great, we will do some adjustment to our convenience but no major works needed. I arrived here on July 2013. Posted: September 8 2013.

There you go folks, especially for the newies following my blog ,now you know a bit more of me in a nutshell!!! Again thank you very much for keeping with me these last few years (12) and hopefully many more to come on our road warrior ways of our world.

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all !!!

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