BEST WESTERN Le Duguesclin
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Dear fellow travellers,Today after our buffet breakfast we journeyed to Frehel in the Department to the west of Ille et Vilaine - the Department of Cotes d' Armor. The village of Frehel was small and charming, and keeping with our ability to find good food anywhere, we found the Galette and Sausage vendor in the town square on this their market day. And we each had one. The galette was a buckwheat crepe wrapped around a tasty pork sausage? Yummy! Yummy! Lucky tummy! Then we went to ...
... a pretty straight drop down to the rocks below but we were all careful and we managed to negotiate the tricky parts safely. We were all getting hungry and we came to a rocky cove that was completely empty and we decided that it was as good a place as any to have lunch. So we laid some towels on the stony and shelly beach and got the lunch out. The girls who had all been complaining of hunger when we were walking ...
... trying to maintain decorum on the call. I don’t think anyone noticed.). We needed to stop for lunch and wee breaks for the girls but the first aire we stopped at was completely full and then the second one was almost full and the only places left were with the lorries. We stopped and had some lunch and then carried on, viewing Mont St Michel in the distance as we drove and we had to make one more stop on our way, at another French supermarket as we ...
... and as always the views from the top down into the ruin and away across the countryside were lovely. In the best preserved tower was an exhibition on the art of the table. I hadn't understood the girl at the desk, not sure what a table was, but it was, in fact, an exhibition on dining in the "moyen age" - medieval times. There were interesting interactive displays behind immensely heavy wooden doors in the tower rooms, all with a different theme and rather well done. Pity we ...
... of the fort was on an almost island - probably at high tides. Inside this walled area were a great 3 story residence with a tower and a battlements, a small chapel, small towers at intervals around the walls, complete with arrow slits and cannon holes. In the centre was the largest tower, at the top of a great rock. Paths led around all of the little buildings and finally it was possible to climb the big tower. Once on top, ...