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We woke to a lovely morning at last and drove 41miles to Pont-Aven finding the aire eventually more by luck than judgement. Silly Emily wanted us to go up a blocked off one-way street the wrong way! We were there by 11.00am so headed off down the hill in to the town and what happened next do you suppose? Yes, it started to ...
... on the ground at sea level so of course was pretty tall – the tallest in Europe supposedly. There was a lovely parking area alongside with lots of motorhomes already parked up so we joined them thinking it would be a good place for the night. Then we found "no motorhomes between 19.00hrs and 07.00hrs" signs all over the place. What a swizz! After a ...
We didn't get going very early as we were kept chatting by our neigbours who hailed from Wales, so first drove as far as Locronan. It was a pretty little town with lots of souvenir shops and creperies and biscuiteries. Everywhere had hanging baskets and pots outside – I guess they were competing for the flower competition.
Once more the rain started coming down, but luckily we found a marvellous ...
As it was Sunday we decided to have a rest day! So we got up late, did some washing and tidying up, then went for a walk along the towpath of the canal in to Chateaulin. It took us about 20 mins and was very pretty especially as the sun was out.
We did our usual explore of the town ...
It was not quite so misty when we got up, so we went for a walk on the beach and drew pretty pictures in the wet sand.
On the way back to the van we came across huge numbers of snails as well as furry caterpillars, so we stopped to say "Bonjour” and take a picture of them on my phone.
We left about 11.00am and headed for St. Renan first as there was a Super ...
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