La Mare aux Oiseaux
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Another day in the saddle - following south westerly wind, small quiet country lanes, coffee stop in the sun at Mauran next to two English women, lunch next to a lake, pastis and beer in Evran and then onto a camping d'Aire for motor home. Toilet and sink made the 'rough camp' less rough. Tomorrow it's onto the coast and St Malo. Bon ...
After a restful day Pat and Pam were so full of beans they got up at 7am (mistaking it for 8am). Our camping facilities included a double. Garage with table chairs and a light so we were able to have breakfast and pack up under cover. We were away by 9.15 and very soon we were back on the canal and Velodysee route after short cutting route after St Nazaire ...
A different day. We expected rain today but woke to cloudy but dry weather. We packed up the tents before the expected rains. after breakfast we set off towards Redon. 11 miles of rolling small lanes through the Brittany countryside followed when we reached Thehillac and decided to stop for coffee. With an eye on the weather we decided to make an early stop to pitch tents before the rain came. Having asked where camping ...
A reluctant start as the rain started to fall at 7am after a dry night. Frances and Kevin happy with showering with lights on, Pat and Pam were less lucky as lights went out part way through theirs! Breakfasted under caravan awning in neighbouring plot (owners not there - thanks in there absence!). Set off in the rain and steady pace on quiet roads to Saint Michael Chef Chef. As well as coffee and ...
... over 300 tonnes parachuted in by the British - until they stumbled upon them almost by accident. To commemorate the ensuing battle on 18th June 1944, in which 560 German soldiers and 42 French Resistance fighters were killed, a memorial column dating back to 1947, when General de Gaulle laid the foundation stone, has also been erected close to the museum
The museum has six rooms to view and is ...