Hotel Hostellerie de la Mer
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Ride to Brest- Monday, September 29 Much of this is open countryside with farming fields of corn, hay and pastures with Charolais and perhaps Holsteins. The fields are bordered by trees sheltering and defining the fields. There are many farms and small villages along the way. Today because we are travelling north West, they are washed in sunlight, because it is yet another beautiful day at 22C. We toured ...
After breakfast left the Ibis Hotel and drove up the coast to Trebeuren a small seaside resort then down the coast passing through lots of little seaside towns with lovely big beaches. Locquirec is a particularly nice small seaside resort. Had the best coffee since leaving home at a little seaside village called Michel Le Greve then continued driving along seaside villages with a large expanse of beach. We turned inland from here driving through lovely green ...
... occasions at Lake Travis and it always makes me feel good to share the stoke.
As we drove to Brignonan Plage I inadvertently selected the scenic route on our rental car's built in GPS. It was a very nice mistake as the rolling hills, farms and flood plains (known as Abers in Brittany) are breathtaking! After a relatively short but very scenic drive, we arrived in Brignonan-Plage around 2:15PM and discovered it was close to low tide. The restaurant ...
... of 50 minutes each day. When the moon is above the sea, it attracts the water towards it and so the sea level rises and the tide comes in. Six hours later, the moon is no longer above the sea and the force of attraction disappears. The tide then goes out. Besides the effect of the sun and moon, the shape of the coastline strongly influences the extent of tidal movements. Apparently the coastline around the English Channel experiences the ...
... way to Brest.
Once we arrived in Brest, we spent most of our time locating kite shops, gathering intel on kite locations, doing laundry and eating breakfast. We ended up staying in Brest for a week but in truth, we only really used it as a base. The town itself is quite nice but the Northern coast is truly breathtaking and it didn't take much prodding to get me to spend most of our time there.
Just creating this entry to pinpoint where we stayed....