Kyriad Quimper - Pont-L'Abbe
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... acorns were everywhere.
It was all getting a bit eerie, it reminded me of the films Wrong Turn and Deliverance.
We eventually made it to the fuel, thank God. Reset the satnav only for it to tell me to go back the way we’d come – noooooo!. I double checked it on the maps on my phone. Yep, we had to go back. This village sat on a northerly route and our route was north east. The ...
... Gaulle in some variation, Avenue, Rue, Boulevard.
It got to the point where I thought, "Have I hit a time lapse, I'm sure I've done this before".
Like Scoody Doo running down the corridor - plant, clock, picture, plant, clock, picture... Ground Hog Day on steroids.
Eventually we passed Vannes and went further inland away from the De Gaulle fan club. I needed a ...
We decided last night that we would have another day with the Quentels. So after a fitful night's sleep and a morning's heavy blogging, Annie came and picked us up at 1pm.
When we arrived at their house Will wanted to see the river at the bottom of the garden. 'No problem, why not?' says I. I haven't been down to the bottom of their garden for 30 odd years and admittedly the ...
After Pontivy the sun came out to play, one minor satnav cock up getting out of Pontivy but then a straight run through Quimperle, Moelan Sur Mer and then Kerfany. Absolutely brilliant riding.Will's bike was thirsty so we topped up en route at Moelan.Garmin really are **** at navigating you through towns, pick shortest route to avoid the dual carriageways but then come to a town and it takes you down every alleyway it can find, as near as damn it as the crow flies. Quimperle was ...
... Concorde and the story of how the sound barrier was eventually broken. It was interesting but you really had to be keen on flying to enjoy it properly, so Lance was in his element.
After that we listened to a talk by Sue Holderness, who played Marlene in Only Fools and Horses, and she was very funny and it was great to see excerpts from her various television appearances on a big screen. She had a very attentive audience who laughed ...