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I've really enjoyed watching French television during my trip, especially the channel Arte. Today, a program on one of my earliest passions, paleoanthropology, featuring none other than Richard Leakey. My Mom was kind enough to drive me to hear him lecture in Buffalo, NY when I was ...
... about 8 miles away). We caught the bus for the bargain price of 3 euro each return and had a great day wandering through all the old streets and around the harbour area checking out all the yatchs and dodging the downpours.
Spent the evening catching up with all the family on facetime which was so lovely then an early night as we are on the road again tomorrow......
Total miles so far......412.
... t open until 2-00. So we sat in the small village square and had lunch in paradise. Amazing food under the late autumn sun which still retained some midday heat.
The wait for entry proved worthwhile. The Castle and Grounds were immaculately presented and whilst the Castle remains privately owned we were taken on a tour of the ground floor. Its layout very similar to ...
... 3km from Malestroit, is the 'Musee de la Resistance Bretonne', a museum built on the site of a Marquis (or group) of French Resistance fighters whose aim was to slow down the German movement across Brittany following the D-day landings in 1944. The occupying German forces, based in Malestroit, were unaware of the 2,500 strong team that was camped out at the La Nouette Farm - that had had Jeeps and other ...
... in WW II when they occupied France. They are still there, and I am presuming that their present role is to as an anchorage for large yachts.
The Germans had occupied all the countries on the Atlantic, English Channel and North Sea of Europe and constructed defences in strategic sites along that long coast line. One can still see the gun emplacements on the cliffs of Brittany, Bordeaux and Normandy. It is still frightening to see and think ...