Hotel Ushuaia Bellevue

Pointe du fort La Latte, Fréhel, Brittany, 22240, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pointe du fort La Latte, Fréhel.
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    Travel Blogs from Fréhel

    Brittany before Britain

    A travel blog entry by arwie on Oct 08, 2014

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    We leave La Rochelle this morning and head for Brittany. We have rented a rather posh gite for our last week, in Dinan, near St Malo. Lovely friends Anne and David that we met in Greece, told us that this was a great place to stay. They are right. It is a gorgeous, mostly car free, medieval port on the River Rance with the walled town on the hill above. We are at the top of the steepest cobbled street, Rue Jerzual which climbs from the ...

    Bretagne pour le premier fois

    A travel blog entry by saoirseetseamus on Oct 07, 2014

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    I made a massive pan of porridge with chopped apple from the garden and grated ginger. I knew the way to Mont-Saint-Michel well after having cycled it 2 days before. The weather was not as good as it had been on Sunday though and as I left Avranches the dark ominous clouds began to spit at me. should I pull over and get something to eat at the truck ...

    Day 15 St Malo and Cancale 27 miles

    A travel blog entry by jfirkins on Sep 28, 2014

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    We cycled into St Malo and looked around the impressive walled city and port. The afternoon, still hot and sunny, saw us relaxing reading and Chris swimming on a small beach near Cancale. In the evening we popped into Cancale and found a small restaurant for supper. More muscles for James and fish for ...

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    A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... the American cemetery at Omaha beach, a very beautiful place on the cliffs above the beach (9,000 or so graves .) We have seen a lot of warfare so far this trip , in a historical sense, it is quite amazing how in less than 30 years how the methodology and advances changed the whole paradigm of battle . I forgot of course, the Battle of Hastings detailed in the local tapestry , an office hours event started at 9 am and all ...

    Walking the Ramparts of St Malo

    A travel blog entry by chuckcurry on Sep 24, 2014

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    Today was an easy and relaxing day. After our breakfast buffet, we walked into the old city again (about a kilometre). There we walked the perimeter of the walled old city on the ramparts. The views from there were spectacular. It is another warm and sunny day here, about 22C.

    We stopped for a light lunch at a brasserie. We had galettes (a buckwheat ...