Brittany Travels: Part 2
From Vannes, we traveled north to Quimper, visiting small towns that sounded like they would be interesting. Every place had is own unique feel and experiences that everyone enjoyed. The days just got more interesting as we wandered serendipitously.
Pont-Croix was one of our first encountered on this journey and while there viewed some trolls and a open market.
In this church I was able to hum a few Gregorian chants, for it has great acoustics.
One of our stops was a small town called Le Faou, which was a little difficult and out of the way to get to.
I happen to like interesting architecture, so these small towns were a joy for me and you never knew what would be around the corner.
On our wanderings, we entered the town of Hennebont. There was a lovely river-walk here, a horse breeding center and many interesting sights along the way.
Another place we visited was the seaside town of Concarneau.
Of course in France there was always some interesting art forms to be discovered and pondered.
One of my favorite small village was Locronan. This was heavily sprinkled with interesting shops and artistic flair.
Finally, we came to Quimper and found another Medieval treasure.
And as I have said, you never know what may be around the corner.
We had a great time in this area, then we wandered further north to Brest and the peninsulas with their great coastal veiws, which will be in part 3.
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