Hotel Restaurant Thalamot
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... pancake. Geoff had a 'Paysanne’ which consisted of potato pancakes with a sausage, a tomato jus and two compotes of mushroom and of onion with a garnish of salad leaves whilst I opted for a Scallop and leek filled one called ’Marine’ They were so good that greed overcame us and we had a crepe for dessert too!!
Walking back especially up the steep parts was harder work on our return.
On reaching the car we ...
Another lovely day dawns and we head for Quimperle to visit the market and fulfil our plans to see the Musee. We park in Place Winston Churchill and stride up the hill to the market. If you want to see French people then a market is the best option. We are not to be disappointed and the market is well populated. We have a good look and purchase fruit and cheese from local producers.We saw a stall and both of us thought of our favourite cannine, Maisie. (by the way thanks for ...
... unclear. This church is very pleasant, built in the rotunda format with a collection of circular chapels with a central undercroft with a depiction of Christ in his tomb surrounded by mourners. Interesting
By the time we have explored the pretty town the art exhibition is closed for the prolonged French Lunch break. It is also turning into a glorious day, so we agree to save the exhibition for an evening visit or a rainy day ...
... palpable . He had just come from where we wanted to go and they wanted to go where we had just come from. So with an exchange of travel stories we parted.
Back at the gite we enjoy the sunny late afternoon and round off the day by getting out Geoff’s boules (no comment necessary) and playing a haphazard game over a very uneven surface. Geoff with great skill, was victorious. So we decide to celebrate with a small glass (well a couple) of the local ...
... to haul our dripping wet selves back up the hill to the van. We bumped in to a couple of Irish people from Yorkshire so had a wet chat with them, then went inside the van for the rest of the day and dried off. By about 7.00pm the aire was full, we counted at least 30 vans, but most of them were French. Obviously a popular ...
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