Brittany, France

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The green countryside and old stone villages of northwest Brittany reminds us of Ireland.  Pont-Croix is one of the stops mentioned in our Back Roads France book and well worth a meander through town.  The 13th century church, Notre Dame de Roscudon has intricate stonework.  There are narrow little alley ways with flowers everywhere, even growing out of the walls.

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Someone is outside now taking pictures of Tulip.  This is almost a daily occurrence and that’s only when we notice it.  They always take pictures of the slide and the license plates.  No European RV has a slide as far as we know. 


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