Sophie’s Birthday Part 2 – Lassay Les Chateaux to Saint Fraimbault de Prières

As we begin a new adventure to Germany, we’re just playing catch-up with our blog from where we left off on Sophie’s Birthday in early July. Since we arrived back home a few days after then life has been pretty hectic, so apologies for the next few late postings. In a few days you will start to see our “2015 08 – Germany” blog posts! 

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M&S

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Sophie’s Birthday Part 2 – Lassay Les Chateaux to Saint Fraimbault de Prières 

Stopped here to eat the birthday cakes! Pleasant riverside town. 

 

 

Where we’re parked here is legitimate overnight parking 

 

 

 

Spacious location by this reservoir lake ideal for overnighting. Could have stayed longer had we wished to. As it was my birthday however, we continued on our journey to do more sightseeing. We had the night to ourselves there, just sharing the car park that evening with a few fishermen’s cars. We stayed over into lunchtime the next day by which time only one motorhome had arrived. We filled up with free water 5 mins away at the perfectly decent little Aire at Saint Loup du Gast. 

 

 

 

View from the reservoir bridge 

 

The reservoir (which is out of sight from where we parked up). Great to walk onto for the view though! 

 

Stroll along the lakeside with lovely pastureland around you. So picturesque! – and wonderfully peaceful!
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The sunset was incredible!

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A spectacular sunset to round off my birthday!

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