Manoir de Rigourdaine
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... could escape but Tom Tom found us an alternative taking us straight through the middle of a village as they were setting up the square for the market. Tom Tom has a penchant for excitement alright!
Our first stop was in the region of the Marie Poitevin, a low lying swamp that has been heavily canalised to enable access for farmers. Known as the Venice Vert (or green Venice) it is France's answer to Mandurah! The next day we headed for our ...
... no official services here). Another walk into Les Pieux, more swimming, castle building, and beach walks. We returned to Les Pieux in the morning and found a Lidl, before going to the campervan service point at the Intermarche supermarket. We walked up to the tourist office which was in the middle of the market day. We then went another 10km up the peninsular to the beach at Siouville Hague. The Aire was in a big field a block back from another nice long beach. Another cruisy ...
... Beer, gratins, and wine all around made for a lovely evening together, our first dinner out but it was so nice to sit out even after it started to rain and spend a fairly restful and enjoyable time together, Was our day over, of course not it was such a nice evening we went to walk around a bit. The streets are so vibrant and happening in Bayeux, people out window shopping and enjoying the night. Was wandered to the cathedral and were rewarded by lights everywhere. A huge and ...
... cobbles and a treacherously steep descent dodging pedestrians and diners on the pavement? We've watched other cars do it with bated breath, and one Winnebago doing a three point turn to avoid going in crunched into the ancient stonework of the patisserie one evening, so it wasn't the route of choice. By circuitous means we did find our way home and over the little bridge to our side of the port for our last night in Dinan.
... walked with many family groups down a track and there was the fort on its little headland/island with the blue sky above and that sparkling emerald sea below. There were little paddocks cleared in the scrub with donkeys, goats, peacocks and a Highland cow - some sort of mini zoo? All was very neat and well kept, a big difference from Moncontour. We paid our Cinq Vingt and in the gate we went.
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