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It depends. You need to check the specific line, or announcements about the replacement service. Look up the information booklet (“dépliant” or “fiche horaire”) about the line you want to travel on. For a regional line, go to the TER website. The summer 2016 booklet states Les vélos sont acceptés à bord de certains cars équipés de rack à vélo. Service ...


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That won't be easy. http://www.thecbj.com/breton-the-language/ It is now taught in schools, and used in bi-lingual signposting across Brittany, but it is not a language spoken in the workplace, and, perhaps even more significantly, it is not a language spoken in the countryside by farmers or at local markets. In the centre of Brittany there are still ...


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The french version of the airport website says: L'heure limite d'enregistrement est fixée à 20 minutes avant l'heure du départ du vol pour les vols domestiques. Elle est portée à 40 minutes pour les vols européens. So, check-in ends 20 min before flight departure for domestic flights, and 40 minutes before departure for european flights. You can also ...


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As a non-Breton speaking Breton guy, my best guess is bars around fishing ports. I'd try any port west of Lorient, but the Nothwestern part of Finistère is where the most breton is spoken "casually".


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The official site of the airport says Bus number 25 connects the Quimper Cornouaille Airport to the town centre of Quimper in less than 30 minutes. The bus station is located outside the airport. Here is the official site of the bus service, it seems french only but there is a nice route calculator which isn't hard to use and it helps to plan the ...


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I used to travel to Brittany every summer, and before having a child in school we'd usually go in late June or early July. You normally get summer weather, but avoid the hordes of children. It's a popular destination for British families so it's worth avoiding the British school holidays as well, and even the Dutch ones. The downsides are: the sea ...


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Yes, there is! If you rummage through all the PDFs in the French bit of the airport website, you'll fine the details hidden in this brouchure. Alternately, just ask at the cafe/bar in the airport, they're very friendly and helpful there :) You need to go to the information (l’accueil) desk, which doubles up as the Air France ticket desk (and is much better ...


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Another cunning way to find out is to look on Foursquare. Their page for Quimper Airport has the following tips: Il y a le wifi gratuit ici. Demandez un mot a clet a l'information / billets de Air France (basically There is free wifi here. Request password from Air France) They have free wifi, ask at the information desk (shared with the Air France ticket ...


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