Les Jardins De Timel
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... a great guide for this tour - a university student studying archeology and history so this site is right up her alley. No one knows why the stones are standing or what their purpose was and the site was only declared heritage in 1991 which means that many stones were taken and used for building houses. It was a very interesting tour, even though we were rained on quite heavily a couple of times. We headed back to ...
... for lunch at a river port, very close to the sea, for gallettes (savoury crepes) which are wonderful. Janice books a massage for me at the hotel we're heading too so I have something to look forward to when we get there. The weather continues to be brilliant and the riding is good. About 5kms from the hotel we stop at another river port heading to the sea, Trinity sur Mer, for coffee and ice cream - the best salted caramel icecream I've had! I know, ...
... the Glénan Narcissus; the small white flower carpets the island in April. In the 19th century, one of the island’s inhabitants was France’s largest breeder of lobsters and langoustines.When you run out of bread on a boat having a Lékué bread maker is fantastic, basically you use it to measure your ingredients, mix and knead in it and cook in it, you buy it from Lakeland every boat should have one. You will see what it looks like in one of the photos, I used the ...
... Hotel Le Brieux (I think) for a coffee, cold drink and lunch which was Croque
Monsieur basically a toasted ham sandwich with melted cheese on the top.
Joined by Pen Friend Annie - for a beer we then walked to a little bar up a steep cobbled street and succumbed to a beer.
We returned to
the hotel for a small siesta before being collected again by Annie for another meal at our French friend’s house.
... he visited her and her family as part of a school trip. (Every other boy at his school had a male pen-friend but Dave wanted to be different!)
The journey was uneventful mainly using an N road which is similar to a large dual carriageway.
We had arranged to get there at about 3:00pm however we were a little early so stopped in Moelan Sur Mer at a Bar called "Let Y Corn" for coffee andsoft drink. This is a beautiful ...