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The sights on Thursday nights out on the town are very memorable and interesting. Rennes used to be virtually empty after the 15th of July, as most of its inhabitants were migrating to the coast until the 15th August. In recent years, this trend seems to have stopped and Rennes's terraces and cafes are now bustling throughout the year.

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DNR [9] offers other cheap options, with for example a connection to London with Ryanair [10]. From the Pleurtuit town hall Mairie you can take bus number 7 operated by Illenoo [11] to Rennes journey time approx 1. NTE [12] is served by many airlines, including transatlantic flights. Nantes is around 1. The direct train takes around 3 hrs see below. ORYtake bus There are TGVs almost every 30 minutes and the ride is 2hrs and 3 min. Tickets are available on Capitaine Train for international credit cards or on the SNCF websiteand between 25 and 65 Euros for one way. There are also direct trains, 4 a day, to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport, which arrives at Terminal 2, taking approximately 3 hours.

It may be worth noting that Rennes railway station station does not have a coin locker Date for monday in rennes any other means of storing luggage, so travellers considering visiting the city while passing through should be forewarned. By shared ride[ edit ] The cheapest way will be covoiturage or car-sharing. A lot of websites offer information about people wishing to share their car and budget. Sincetraveling by car on motorways within Brittany is free. By bus[ edit ] Rennes has also an international and local bus station, right next to the rail station. If you're planning to buy a pass weekly or longeryou'll need to go to one of the two agencies Place de la Republique and Place de la Mairie to get a "Korrigo" card.

Remember to bring a picture for employees to scan. It is a free electronic card on which your pass will be saved. Once you have it, just reload it anywhere tickets are sold. Rennes offers more than 50 different bus Date for monday in rennes and a metro, with 1 bus every 5 min for the metro and main bus lines at the peak hours. The hub of the network is at Republique, which feeds most of the 50 different routes. This bus and metro network connects all parts of Rennes, and so you're never far from a bus stop. All the bus stops conveniently have a map une carte of Rennes with all the lines on, and a timetable for the routes it provides, so there isn't much chance of getting lost.

The metro, called the VAL, has only one line with 15 stops and is 8. It runs from one edge to the other in 16 min. It connects the main train station to the centre, Villejean university, the hospital, the town hall and more. It runs from 5: But of this 17th June massacre of military and civilians, thus adding to the list of those thousands killed from the 10th of May, nothing is mentioned. However in one of the newspapers consisting of only one page and blank censored columns under the title 'Aerial bombardment in the West' with five lines in Italics to say that German warplanes had bombed an unnamed town in the west and that there were many casualties. A few days later in the newspapers of the south-east and the south-west there appeared photographs of the town hall on fire indicating that the town of Rennes had been completely destroyed.

An exaggeration that did not encourage the moral of the soldiers who came from the west, who were already prisoners or who were now wandering in the region of the Loire. All this only added to the chaos, confusion and panic that already prevailed everywhere. There were seen many trains from the north and the east comprising wagons that were usually used for livestock, transporting refugees, the geriatrics from Petites Soeurs des Pauvres de Lille and an amazing spectacle of the inmates from the Northern Psychiatric Hospital. A munitions train was among the trains held. This train contained a deadly cargo of high explosives, artillery shells and cartridges. There arose a serious altercation between the military commander, who wanted to keep this deadly train nearby and the rail authorities at the station who were concerned about its security and wanted to dispatch this train to Bruz.

But there is no point today to talk about this old quarrel between these people or to apportion blame. We stop here this tragic summary which explains itself later on. Debris fell from the sky and windows were blown away while tiles were flying from roofs. In the vicinity of the railway, houses were collapsing and loosing roofs like hats in the wind. The munitions train had exploded and in its place was an enormous crater 80m long, 20m wide and 5m deep. Entire wagons together with their bogies were catapulted up to m away. Thick black fumes hung throughout the town like a death veil.

With the progress of the flames along the munitions train the frequency of the ammunition detonations increased. This would last for two long days. Before the evening many of the population had fled to nearby villages. The courageous rail workers and firemen together with the territorials attempted to approach the area of the catastrophe. The walking injured and those that had to be carried were sent to civilian, military or other hospitals and to the Cancer Hospital at Pontchaillou and to various clinics that in no time are full from top to bottom. Many of the injured were operated on but many of them will die later in the day or the next day.

The soldiers who were trapped under the burning rail cars were screaming in convulsions. But the bravery and heroism of the men ignored the caution of this order and a group of rescuers under the initiative mondau a fire service captain connected their ib hoses to the fire tenders and tackled the blazing train. The konday day the trainee military doctors from Lyons, who were in ln barracks at Margueritte, ror to join them and they would have to initiate these trainees to the human pain and the vision of the carnage they were to encounter. For a full week, without taking off their muddied boots, inside which their tired feet were swollen and without cleaning their blood soaked leather jackets, the men left their families and their day to day occupations.

While ignoring the invasion, they rescued people and recovered bodies from the flames and after many days finally extinguished that hell fire. At that time were counted British soldiers, including 77 unidentified, 31 civilians, 11 unidentified and several children. Twenty bodies plus many limbs, said sadly a report of that time, came from a refugee train of which a coach was completely destroyed. If you add to that sad count the eight bodies that were never found, that according to some accounts of the time were completely incinerated, we arrive at a total of dead.


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