It gave us time to wander around and see the pretty church in town. There was a very nice walk that started up behind the church and led to a small shrine and calvary.
This was the magnificent Chambre d'hôtes that we stayed at in Châtelaudren. And a welcome sight it was after a 50 Km ride in the rain. Jill Walker, the owner, provided a great breakfast the next day. And along the way we were warned that food would be hard to get, but when we finally reached a restaurant in Corlay it was filled with workers, and of course, with the shops being shut from 12 to 2 there was a nary a speck in sight. Thank goodness for granola bars! We had a very late lunch in the town, and then crashed for a bit.
Here are a few views of the town with it's old waterfall and mill.
Binic was an 18Km ride. We started out in the rain, and uphill, but the last 6 km were mostly downhill - a bad sign for the next day's ride!
Here are 2 shots of the harbour - before and after the tide rolling in.
A partial shot of the town, and the coast line. There is a lovely cliff walk along the top.
To paraphrase Elizabeth Barton, if you've been reading, thanks. And if you'd like, leave a comment. More to follow on our bike tour.