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Traveling to and Exploring Brittany

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My husband's mother was born in Gourin or Quimper France so we are including Brittany in a four week trip to Europe in Sept and Oct. We will be headed there after spending some time in San Sebastian. Looking for suggestions as to options for traveling from San Sebastian to the Brittany coast. We are flexible as to how much time to spend getting there and staying there. Debating between going up the coast by rail and stopping at places along the way to Gourin and Quimper, or taking a train to Paris from San Sebastian and then heading to Gourin or Quimper from there. We will be traveling to Holland and then Provence after Brittany, so would have the option of spending some time in Paris on that leg of the trip. Would welcome your input.Thanks!

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