Auberge de Keralloret
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This one's quick and simple. My first gallette and cup of farm cider. Better than I remember. Considering they're part of the reason I traveled 5,000 miles, you can bet they're pretty good. So good, I forgot to take a photo of the gallette! Guess I'll have to eat another ...
... br> The photos taken from a nearby field are all we can take away, but the drive has been lovely, and the life the people lead idilic, but lord knows how they earn money, we assume that they are all country houses of the wealthy in Rennes and Brest - apparently an ugly sea port built in concrete after the war, another casualty of a British invasion of a different sort.
And onwards to Dinan.
First stop on another big driving day was the historic fishing village of Camaret sur mer. A lovely drive on single lane roads passing through little settlements and villages with houses to the edge of the road and well kept houses with little to distinguish the historic from the old and modern.
The book tells us that the English love to holiday here and it is easy to see ...
... and had its own operating government, similar to what us Americans consider "state government". Even today the independence is visible. For example, there are no paid highway tolls in Brittany as opposed to the rest of France that is filled with them. The black and white flag of Brittany flies high at the same level as the flags of France and the European Union.
Unfortunately, after a fire during a minor revolt in 1994 the flammable parts of the Parliament were lost. ...
On Monday we drove in the mini bus to La Vallee des Saints at Carnoet in Brittany. It is a field on a hill with over 30 statues of saints that have been sculpted in the last few years. They are made from local granite and weigh between 5 and 15 tonnes each. Different towns have paid for sculptors ...