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... or theatrical garden rooms in the baroque style of the sixteenth century, including a fernery, a sensory chamber, an outdoor theatre, a maze, a temple of Diana and many other delights". It wasn't large, but very cleverly laid out to appear much larger, with hedges dividing areas with 'windows' into other areas and out over picturesque surrounding fields of corn and wheat across the Couesnon valley (this is the river whose estuary surrounds ...
... 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.
... they can pick us!) and the menu was produced. Jonathan had the petit dejeuner d'Anglais, orange juice, baguette with butter and jam, croissant and coffee creme. I had the petit dejeuner d'Francais, which means I didn't get the baguette! It came quickly, the coffee was large and hot, the croissants delicious and fresh, and the baguette the usual crusty fragrant loaf, which Jonathan had to hurry to finish so we could get to the train on time. We were wished ...
... for the down stream part.
JUst have to mention all the eclusiers (lock keepers to you and I) especially Guy and Karen who were helpful beyond the call of duty.
STill blogging on my tablet so cant yet publish all the pictures but I promise I will do soon. BIg thankyou to Dominic Loughborough who is a bit of an expert in this area, I will try not to call you too often ...
... don't want to use the portaloo, which you may have noticed we usually tow behind in the dinghy. Why tow the dinghy? Not sure! But it came with the boat and is in good condition, not sure it will be after a few hundread locks sorry ecluses, it also reminds me that I have over 3 metres of mast sticking out the back of the boat.