La Maison Blanche
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... on it that looked like it had great stuff.
Find our way to Saint Just and there are several locations. We had followed one the prior day and couldn’t find it really other than being in a forest. So we followed the other sign and found a parking lot. There was a path from the lot so followed it which crossed the road and eventually we found a long line of menhirs. Great! Yes, lots of menhirs. and what looked like ...
... 8217;t drag it out long enough to wait for the shops to open again so we finally just finished and walked down to the end of the street and bought some caramel nuts. Carmel seems to be a big seller here as well. Then we walked down the street and into several of the shops but couldn’t really find anything.
Mitchell wanted to go up to the old chateau which won’t be open to guests until the end of the year but it was a very pretty site and ...
... was inside the fortress is gone. There is something on the far side called the Hotel de Vitre but we figure out that means it is like a city hall where you come for your wedding license and things such as that. We don’t go up the stairs there because have no reason to get anything like that.
Head out of town through some quite narrow streets and one ways and on to La Roche aux Fees which is supposedly a very large dolmen with ...
... and lab. The other was a big golden lab,rather old. She also had a cat and another dog but we didn’t see them.
The Internet lady's English isn’t great but we managed to get onto the Internet and take care of business and a bit of pleasure. She really wanted to give us coffee and then scurried around until she found some cake to give us as well. I know she was enjoying the company and the dogs were cute ...
On Friday it was pouring with rain so after brekky with a gay French (female) couple & our Spanish friends we spent the whole day reading. Half an hour walk around the streets then a beautiful dinner at L'Auberge in St Anne d'Auray. Crab tart, fish then meringue with fruit. Sun out today so we went to what we thought was going to be an organ recital ...