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Honestly I had no idea what to expect, much of our trip plan was to go with the flow, so I had not even looked into what was around to do other than reading one page in an
I fear that Guilvinec may well have changed, but when we were there, it was almost like a snapshot of a Breton town much earlier in the century. Several older ladies were
The former royal home.
Read a tour book, because I will not do it justice.
We took a tour of the king's private apartment, which was good, and the chapel, which was
Huelgoat is the name of a village in addition to the forest, so it is not difficult to find from a map.
I was torn between Natural Wonders and Historic Sights because
This is a really outstanding Gothic cathedral which, to my mind, ranks alongside the better-known cathedrals of Chartres, Rheims and Rouen. It is made from local granite