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... dolmen. It was in somebody’s field just right off the road and a lot of parked cars around it but it was also at a junction of driveways and appeared to be a party at the house at the bottom of the hill also with a pool and all. We had to 4wheel it up a small hill with stumps to park and then walked around the dolmen for photos and we are off to the next one. This poor dolmen was lovely but didn't even rate a name. Just "dolmen" on the ...
... nice clothes here, and after strolling around the city walls we found a great spot for a quiet lunch.
On the way home we called in at a golf club to practice since tomorrow we have a game with a friend we know here and we are a bit rusty. I did note that after a glass of rose at lunch Annie did not hit a lot of balls and quickly retired to the strenuous ...
The day was rather chilly and grey so we left late to explore the nearby town of Jocellin with its pretty chateau. The town is very picturesque with many of the timber framed houses from the 17C.
The chateau didn't open until 2.00pm so we decided to have coffee in a lovely square with a couple of restaurants. Plates of ...
We left Locronan and headed out to the coast again, stopping in Concarneau, a pretty port town with beautiful white sand beaches, and Pont-Aven, a quirky artists' village where Gaugin and other famous artists lived for a time.
We are headed for the Carnac Alignments, and the title of today’s blog are the Celtic names given to the different neolithic stone formations that form the Carnac Alignments in this area:
... since its a yacht run aground. The super moon has produced very high, and low tides, and I guess they couldn't sail where they normally do and got beached. Coastguard didn't seem to concerned but did send out a police jet ski.
Adam and Sarah arrived last night. We picked them up from Dinard (St. Malo), 2 hrs drive, and so now we are complete and looking forward to a family week.