Ker Izel Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Dear fellow travellers,Today after our buffet breakfast we journeyed to Frehel in the Department to the west of Ille et Vilaine - the Department of Cotes d' Armor. The village of Frehel was small and charming, and keeping with our ability to find good food anywhere, we found the Galette and Sausage vendor in the town square on this their market day. And we each had one. The galette was a buckwheat crepe wrapped around a tasty pork sausage? Yummy! Yummy! Lucky tummy! Then we went to ...
... to be seen as they were all busy exploring. Lily and Ruby were climbing rocks and the twins were collecting shells but eventually their hunger overcame them and they came looking for some food. We spent a relaxing couple of hours on the beach just milling about, variously climbing rocks and looking at rockpools, buying drinks and cakes from the shop the twins created and generally just hanging about. Ruby made a picture ...
... low on food. Once we were all stocked up it was the final short trip to our campsite which is located in the grounds of a chateau. It is a really nice location but unfortunately it seems as though it is mostly full of Brits. We much prefer to be the odd ones out rather than part of the majority, otherwise we would just be at a campsite in the UK. Also a new record has been set pricewise, €69 which is a bit exorbitant but the girls have all had some ...
... beautiful. The sun came out again and we continued on up the last tower - there were 5 in all - and across the battlements 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 ...
... ensnare the tourists! I was able to buy my postcards, then write them and send them off. Neil was able to buy a book of all the campsites in France, which has helped us to plan the last few sites en route to Calais.
We again arrived back to the vans before the rain came. Neil cooked dinner and we are now resting before meeting up with the others for a last drink to wish Dave and Sherry "Bon voyage" before we go our separate ways ...