Hotel de Pen Bron
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... down around the Golfe du Morbihan, the inland sea where 40 islands dot the gulf. We stopped for a picnic lunch in a park across the water from Saint-Nazaire. Staying near the coast, we stopped in Pornic to stretch our legs, buy some jackets (it’s getting cold), and have a glass of wine. Pornic was surprisingly nice, it’s one of those undiscovered places, off the beaten track of foreign tourists, but it was very busy with French tourists.
... a bit of sleep. The crossing wasn't too bad considering the weather and I didn't feel as sick as I thought I might. I need to master walking around on the ferry tho as I'm sure people thought I was drunk - I just couldn't get my balance properly.
Once off the ferry at Roscoff we started the 3 hour journey down to Vannes. Jim did really well with the driving, the weather wasn't great and we kept having mini rainstorms. We arrived about 6pm to the campsite we ...
... fix it. He also came to have a look and in no time had taken off the door panel and had a good look at the lock mechanism which turned out to be broken. So there is no instant fix and I may have to spend the next ten days with a permanently locked door. Luckily I am booked into the motorhome garage in Portsmouth at the end of next week so I have emailed to warn them it will need fixing. And I thought the van was doing really well!
... in the park near the mill, which was wonderful and included some left over wine from last night. And goat cheese flavoured chips! Weirdest things, and only in France. Another 20kms or so on the bike, it's now very hot and we did a fair bit of riding along some busy roads. Our next stop was a cider maker where we watched a film about how they used to make cider and how they do it now - again in French but we managed to get the gist. Then ...
... fresh which will be lovely as its meant to be quite warm later today. Apparently it's unseasonably warm here in Brittany this year, and in particular, this week so we're told to expect temperatures of 30-31 degrees. The ride starts out well, we have some rolling uphill struggle and downhills, not too steep and then we're on the canal path into Reddon - very flat for the next 20 kms. We arrive in Reddon at 11am and we take time ...