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... the main part of the restaurant and bought some crêpes for lunch. They were very delicious, slightly crispier than the ones last night and full of yum. After lunch we got back on our bikes and rode out of town along the beach to Carnac-Plage, (plage meaning beach) which is a suburb of Carnac. It seemed like a pretty cool side of town with lots of nice little shops and cafes and the like. We stopped at the tourist information where we went in and sorted out our travel plans ...
... extra sandwich! They must have thought they hadn't given it to me! Makes up a little bit for the exorbitant price of the train ticket! We spent the next few hours snoozing and listening to music, before arriving in Auray. From there we caught another train to Plouharnel where we stopped for a beer to share before jumping on the bus to Carnac. When we arrived we walked up the street and found the tourist information centre, where ...
I had hoped to be able to drive around a bit of the coast of Bretagne ( Brittany) but you need at least 3 days, and we have just one to get to the first stage that we will watch.So we head off and drive thru Dinan, follow the signs to le Port and end up in a back water small canal type yacht mooring port , not a beach in sight, narrow roads and beneath a viaduct 100s of meters above us. Not what I imagined for a "port" , anyway we ...
... Carnac is very much a holiday town, which gets busy in July and August. Out of season most places are closed. So I would recommend the use of a car at this time of year. The nearest airport is Rennes with many European Budget airlines landing there. The nearest ferry port from the UK is St Malo, 88 miles to the northeast. Hotel accommodation is at a premium in July and August, at other times of the year there are plenty of camping and rental property available at a reasonable price.
... while Jane took a photo of it (for Claire to see!).
We also walked around the town of Carnac - another delightful small town where we enjoyed a lovely Grand Cafe au lait chaud (Coffee with hot milk with the milk being served separately). The Tourism Office was once again helpful. We drove down to the beach near Carnac and there was real sand! See the photo of how crowded the beach was in Summer, 2013! Please also note the clothing ...
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