After touring the impressive Mont Saint Michel, we hopped in the car and went for a drive. Eventually we landed in Dinan. Dinan is a smallish city in North-Western France that has a rich intact history. Dinan was a walled city of old, with walls and original streets, church, and other buildings still around. The city itself has since sprawled beyond the rock walls, but getting inside the old walls gave us a great place to walk around for the day. The city was beautiful and very walking-friendly on the cobblestone streets, with fun shops and restaurants all around. The highlight of the visit for me was finding a little English place that served hearty portions of fish & chips for not a lot of money. It more than hit the spot for dinner, and JJ enjoyed the ice cream stand across the street!