Hotel de la Plage d'Erquy
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... interesting trip with only around 20 passengers on. Boat designs to carry over 100. We went through locks on two barges, the second very large and there were three yachts as well as us in the lock. Very scary watching me of them pick up a passenger who came down the slippery, slimy ladder complete with luggage and his wellingtons were lowered down. By one of the lock workers. Then arrived in St Malo, which is quite impressive arriving from ...
Early morning visit to bakers for baguette and then david and I walked up the steep hill to dinan whilst Cath and Rich headed off to catch the small tourist train. We managed to leave our map behind but managed to find our way to the station. We couldn't retrieve the tix we had bought on the internet but david managed to explain our problem, Totally in French and we cMe WY with train tix to Nantes , our next stop. Spent an hour or so wandering Round the ...
... hotel we chose was a mile out of town because all of the hotels were in the old part of town with narrow, cobblestone streets and lots of foot traffic. After checking in, we headed over to St Malo for some looking around and dinner. The town is on an island with one land road to it and a fortified wall all around it. We walked around for a while and found a place for dinner.
... banks of the river has many half timbered houses and flowers everywhere. Out for dinner in the port if dinan, so just a stroll across the bridge. Highlight if my meal a plate of local seafood, the concoysters probably the best I've eaten, though not so keen on the bulos which were something like a whelk, but luckily david managed to eat them.
... views down over the port of dinan where we are staying. Lunch and people watching in an old square and off to the supermarket for a few supplies. Much easier walking down the hill back to our house. Bit of a sit in the sun with my book. Having dinner at home tonight quick and easy mushroom and leek ...