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... the other side faces out over the gardens and view. Fabulous whichever way you look at them.
The girl at the caisses was happy to chat - pleased that we were not Anglais but Australian, she had been to Australia on a working visa and loved it and understood when I wanted to keep my cider bottle and hadn't eaten my little biscuits, preferring to take them home! She'd kept a bottle from Route 66 when she went to America. She worked to ...
... we've had in Brittany and then proceeded to walk to the old town. The guide books had led us to believe that there were very few half timbered houses left following the major fire of 1720 but were we very pleasantly surprised at what we saw whilst wandering around.
This town is just something.
... sense of direction is good, I know where we need to go, but the road we want we can't turn into, we have to travel in the wrong direction for some time and miss an alternate route, and soon it's apparent we are on the motorway back to Laval! But all who wander are not lost - I pick a town and a turn off from where we can reset our course, and it is nearly lunchtime.
So, unplanned, we arrive in Vitre, which turns out to be a ville d'arts et d'histoire - a town ...
Really lovely day,, mainly overcast but sunny for the last couple of hours.
Just parked the boat and will be able to get fuel and supplies in the morning before heading for Redon and stepplng the mast, will be good to get all the sails and the boom and spin pole out of the cabin,
THe Villane river is a must I admit I rushed it so far and am hoping to take a little ...
This might not take long out of electric on phone, tablet and laptop.so I will save this in case I get cut off.
OK dont panic I have found some electric in the bar Cafe Babylone a very nice place indeed right next to what looks like a cathedral I was in such a rush for the loo Im not sure.
You have to plan ahead a bit ...