Ker Izel Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... above the drawbridge, and descended to the gift shop just in time. Jonathan bought more books, I bought a macaron! Such are our tastes!
It was straight home to Dinan then, well almost. We needed bread for dinner and deviated from the GPS lady's route to get it in the old town, and then she tried to send us driving down the Rue de Petit Fort to get home. Jonathan was having none of this - through a narrow arch ...
As we headed north the sun came out, and it was very pleasant as we stopped in Matignon for lunch. A car boot sale was underway in the covered market and we did a lap - nothing inspiring, though Jonathan did find another corkscrew for his growing collection. From a Dutch couple who have a summer residence in Brittany, and bring some old stuff to sell while they are here!
Across from the market was a creperie, seeming to ...
... next destination, getting lunch on the he way (we don't want to miss the magic lunch window and starve all afternoon, and not sure what will be open, given its Sunday). Doing a lap of town after leaving the car park we realise that church is over and all those cars down those narrow lanes are beginning to reverse out, as there is no other way to exit! Jonathan quickly ducks around a corner and we escape.
And that was Moncontour.
... tart) and I for one felt much revived as we turned west for home along the coast road. We could indeed see Mont St Michel hazily rising above the blue sea across the bay. Jonathan had no memory of the one way narrow streets of Cancale, but as we returned along the coast road we came to a memorable little beach whose name we hadn't known before, which had been all but deserted when Joey, Jonathan and I stopped there 5 years ago in autumn. Today the car parks ...
... of them. It was quiet, and only occasionally we would see someone who'd been on the ferry. The couple with the big white dog regularly caught our eye. A huge group of very little school children with their teachers huffed tiredly up a hill past us at one point. There was an abundance of restaurants in a sort of market square, but everything was weirdly like a set with nothing happening yet. Without recourse to maps we meandered through the lanes, at ...