Although we're only half way through the history course, just want to say thank you to all participants for what is proving a really fun event. The special atmosphere and friendliness of L'Autre Rive has also been a contributing factor, so thanks to them too. For those who don't know the place in the forest at Huelgoat, it's a café/bookshop in a rocky glade with a menu of tasty organic food (no kitchen, so simple dishes like soup, hot potatoes, savoury cakes) available at any time during the opening hours of 11am-9pm. Comfy sofas for browsing books, computers for surfing the internet, artwork and lots of events are all on offer.
The first part of the history of Brittany course takes place Monday 15 October, 2-4.30pm at L'Autre Rive café/bookshop in Huelgoat. This will be an overview of the whole thing, from megaliths to modern. The other sessions (Oct 22, 29, Nov 5) will look in more detail at important events and people.
Still a few places left - email email@example.com.
Lovely weather for walking today, and we enjoyed this scenic route on the edge of the centre of Lannion. The Leguer valley has many beautiful vistas as well as a variety of interesting buildings along the way. Tex was dog of the day, animated by his lunch of Roquefort and chips.
Brittany Walks has been based in Brittany, France since 2004. The regular programme of walks ended in 2015, but there are still occasional guided visits to places of interest to discover the landscape and history of the region. English is the language for events. See www.brittanywalks.com (link below) for details. The Brittany Walks website is full of information about walking in Brittany.