Yesterday was a bit overcast, but we had planned to take it easy anyway. Our schedule consisted of Don planning our next three months of accommodations, and then going out to lunch.
It’s a tough job, but we managed to see it through. After all, our dry-cleaning needed to picked up in the town of Douarnenez, where we left it on Monday. And, as this is a famous fishing port, our lunch choice had to involve one of the many restaurants lining the ocean front specializing in sea food.
And then it was back to our lovely gîte to do laundry and start to pack up. This gîte was the first we have encountered to boast a dryer along with the washer. What luxury!
Today we tackled the long drive to Saint-Malo, which unfortunately had to be accomplished in driving rain. There is really no point in exploring this town this afternoon, as the rain is rather unpleasant. Time for tea in our hotel room!
Saint-Malo was famous for its pirates in the 19th century, but we will have to table any reconnaissance till tomorrow, after Don gets a hair cut. Hope it doesn’t come with an eye patch.