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Trip Report Exploring Dinan and its environs in Brittany

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I just spent 5 days in Brittany in the area near Dinan and I've written a little (OK, long) report about exploring that area. I've written the report in a manner that is meant to provide useful information to anyone who is interested in exploring this region and it's full of reference and research material that you can use to plan a vacation in that area and let you know the multitude of places you can visit and things you can do in that area. In addition to Dinan from my home base in the coastal town of Erquy I explored Dinard, Cap Fréhel and Fort-la-Latte, the Cap d'Erquy, Tréguier and several unknown towns and villages that have the official designation of Petite Cité de Caractère, Ville d'Art et d'Histoire and Commune du Patrimoine Rural. Of course you'll see the usual multitude of anonymous tiny country villages and hamlets I love to explore plus lots of scenic coastal and country drives. I'll also recount various myths, legends, anecdotes and local customs and traditions that make Breton culture so rich and interesting. Click on the link to begin your exploration.

http://tinyurl.com/86s4v8f

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