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.
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.