the boating life at Lorient
Favorite thing: Here you see boats all over, private ones have storage in the local shipyards, and when ready they can call up to be put at sea and off they go. We got there when a family of Three were getting ready to put their boat at sea by the shipyard next to the gare maritime.
we watch the operation ,and the thrill of thinking what it will bring joys to these people. Enjoy Lorient
Fondest memory: walking and riding the many boats, cruise and private along this area
- Sailing and Boating
Walk again Lorient
Favorite thing: another wonderful manageable town to walk and see marvels in the streets with shops, restos and people especially as the end of the year season is coming and decorations starts to crop up.
it is my favorite time when visiting just walking and with the photos hopefully capture the magic of a town, Lorient has magic and lots of history.
From the ashes of the awful wwll a town came back alive, from 15k inhabitants left with 300 and they came back, my kind of town, and love to walk and see its new history.
Fondest memory: walking the marina, the pl Aristide Briand and Pl de Vauban, lovely and see the shops and eat on the run while gazing the details.
- Historical Travel
- Family Travel
go to boulangeries and patisseries like Le Goff
Favorite thing: a habit is to go to the bakery or pastry shop, here they can make a meal sometimes and always a formule of sandwich, dessert and softdrink , it can help.
The variety of breads and pastries at Le Goff is amazing the windows are always full, the shop too, and the product is perfectly delicious.
This one is my favorite now, try a few but now I come here straight even for a croissant or pain au chocolat on the go lol!!!22 Rue de la Patrie, 56100 Lorient
open Mondays to Saturdays from 7h30 to 19h30
Fondest memory: walking the streets and savoring these goodies on the go sublime.
- Food and Dining
- Family Travel
- Budget Travel
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