Chateaux du Val - Domaine du Val
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Well it was a shame to have to leave our lovely campsite at Pontorson but we needed to hit the road. We headed about 45 mins west to the ancient walled city of St Malo where we were going to stay on an 'aire'. Aires are places where motorhomes are allowed to stop over for a night at very little cost (sometimes free) and can range from a supermarket car park to a basic campsite. I had yet to win Paul over on the merits ...
... We waited in the car hoping for a break in the weather to provide us an opportunity to walk to the busses that ferry punters to the island. No break came and after quarter of an hour we decided to settle on the long distance view and the pleasant country drive to reach the destination.
We retraced part of the journey and continued to our final destination in France, the port city of St Malo.
St Malo has an old walled city of its own but outside this ...
It is tempting to be blasť about visiting another walled city. But arriving mid afternoon gave us the opportunity to walk through the ancient streets and down an improbably steep lane to the river running through the bottom of the typically picturesque valley, with a viaduct and the walls dominating the skyline.
The shops were a mix of small eateries, pharmacy, the usual tourist souvenir places and something different, Dinan is the home of artists and artisans. As we ...
... then set off down to the port for the restaurant recommended by the campsite owner. It was a good recommendation and the seafood dishes of moules and merely we're very tasty. An added bonus was the offer of putting the bikes in the garage. Replete we realised the sun was put and the wind was strengthening. After apish into the wind we got back to the camp to find ...
... with fire for the rest of the morning. There was a bit of rain about so we decided to get the girls doing a bit of school work, I had the older two for maths and Jess was with the twins helping them write. We decided to head off just before midday to walk to Brehec, the next village which is on the sea. About 5 minutes after we set off the heavens opened and we had to shelter in the doorway of a church until it passed. It was at this point that ...