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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Tregueux
... above the drawbridge, and descended to the gift shop just in time. Jonathan bought more books, I bought a macaron! Such are our tastes!
It was straight home to Dinan then, well almost. We needed bread for dinner and deviated from the GPS lady's route to get it in the old town, and then she tried to send us driving down the Rue de Petit Fort to get home. Jonathan was having none of this - through a narrow arch ...
... and red hot pokers, there were wild bits of meadow grass at the base of the tower, a vegetable garden, a parterre seen only from the tower, hedges of lavender, it was just all perfect.
We finally tore ourselves away and climbed back up a steep path to the car park and realised it was already nearly 5pm and we still had to get to our final destination. We ate our cakes in heart car park with a cold drink, and turned south. ...
... was a "Jardin" up there apparently (she pointed to a flower growing in a pot by someone's door in case we didn't know what a Jardin was!) After the first flight I thought we'd better go ahead of her, the steps were really hard to get up and she was so tiny and frail and had a mighty big handbag and was dressed for church (bells still ringing). So up to the door we go, and it is locked. "Ferme," we tell her "Closed." She sighs ...
We began by driving north west to Sables D'or des Pins - literally golden sand and pines - had a great laugh when the GPS decided the end of our journey should be a roundabout with two recycling bins! We switched her off and made our way without difficulty to a beautiful stretch of sparkling white sand and clear turquoise water so still and calm, with little white boats out in the blue and an island off shore with a chapel up in top - very Bretagne. We took off ...
... stalls. Jonathan found a 2nd hand pair of Levi's to fit, and after a bit of a search we found the rotisserie chickens with the little new potatoes confit-ing below in the dripping fat. He ordered a petit sac and we wandered off to find a seat overlooking the boat harbour to eat them. It was certainly a busy town, people everywhere. One boy strolling past with his family wished us bon appetit! They were good!
A bit further along the coast ...