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Writing this before we leave Dinan. Having turned dark (at 10.30pm) before I could finish last night I can't get it to publish in the right order this morning. So this is a retrospective... The end of yesterday. The trials of blogging... So time consuming, but it makes me write and it's my own diary to look back on. Who knows when/if I'll come again. I've not even begun to sort through my proper photos - managing to take ...
... Jonathan, and a millefeuille for me. Stowed in the car for later we were on the road again for the coast and Fort la Latte.
I had seen it on the next headland to Cap Frehel on Thursday and put it "on the list" as it looked interesting - a walled fort up on a cliff above the sea with a little bridge across from the mainland. And so we arrived and the sun was now well and truly shining and the clouds well away to the ...
Almost. Jonathan went to a museum in Lehon while I shopped for souvenirs in Dinan. We met under the clock tower at 12 and had lunch in a strange little cafe, quiche and salad followed by ice cream with salted caramel and Breton biscuits, washed down with coffee. Climbed the clock tower to look at the town from above, nearly fell off when the bell tolled ...
It had clouded over when we struck out up the hill. We read a few menus and then found a creperie which did just that, crepes - there are a lot of "creperies" here that seem to have very few crepes and a lot of frites and haches (chips and hamburgers) perhaps for the tourists from across the channel. We sat outside under the awning ...
... the pamphlet in the car, so from memory it was a summer property for a ship's captain from St Malo built in the 19th/20th century, comma for ships captains to have these grand homes but this one the only one on the Dinard side of the estuary apparently. The gardens ran down to the water and were comprised of a formal French parterre on a terrace behind the house, leading down to an English style garden of 13 acres - lawn and winding paths and trees, rookeries ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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