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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with a windmill in the distance. Then we walked along the path for quite a ways but while there were possible remains of menhirs and stones, we couldn’t really find anything else except a few piles of stones so back to the car.
We decide to go fill up the car at Super U. It is an odd gas pump where we have to pay by card and it says we have a limit of 180 euros. What that meant was it charged us the correct ...
... but not what we wanted.
For our last push of the day, drove on to Josslin which had a fortress and castle of the dukes but by the time we found our way there and found a place to park, we were on the canal and at the very back of the fortress with its high walls and no clue how to get around to the gate. Still, we gave it a try and walked into the walled city around the fortress and found that we didn’t have time to go inside. That was ...
... can’t do that in high season. We’ve found parking everywhere we go so far. Am sure we wouldn’t be near so lucky in high season.
The chateau de Vitre has several tours and a small museum in the rooms and some ramparts and good views back towards the town and the church of Notre dame in the town. Seems like a good many of these towns have churches or cathedrals de Notre dame in them.
We pay to get in and we get a map ...
... as well, albeit smelly. Her house was lovely. Very old but had a spiral staircase in the middle of the room. Tons of stuff all over the place, like an old antique shop almost. I would have loved to explore. But I don't know the culture well enough to ask to look around. It's probably not like Korea when my friends would come in and open all the closets and cupboards to see what was there. As we were closing up to ...
... Its perfect. One major thing that is so noticeable is how clean the streets are. Where ever you go.. Towns villages, countryside. No litter at all. France has it right. Its down to the local people who set the standards to others. We can and should take note. It can be done. It shows they love and care for their country and community. Well done France 11.00 am. We're hungry....We stopped off for breakfast in a pretty small town... Called in the Patisserie. . . . A baguette, cake ...