Tuesday, 19 April 2011


Dinan is a timber framed paradise built on a steep hill leading down to the river. It is surrounded by castle walls made from granite. As it is the beginning of the season, many shops were not open for business and the streets were not thronging with tourists, so we were able to wander around easily. Gosh, the road leading to the river was very steep and we ended up walking up and down it several times during our stay, with the result that our calves were crying out for a rest.
My husband , being brave, opted for an unknown meal one evening. There was some meat which had the most unbelievable smell to it. We puzzled over what it could be as we didn't recognise it at all. Turns out it was tripe! Never again!

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