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... Heidi had roast Sea Bass and I had Turbot with a medley of shellfish. Both excellent and the chef/owner came round to chat with everyone, we were made to feel very comfortable and at home, no stuffiness here. This was a very relaxing day and conveniently got us much closer to Saint Malo, our next and last destination before the crossing back to England.
St Nazaire is most famously known for the daring exploits of 600 men and a ship called HMS Campbeltown. When the allies sent this ship full of explosives to blow-up the Joubert dry dock gates. Code name Operation Chariot.
But, those of you looking for more undocumented history can find much more in St Nazaire because it is also home to the German U boat pens, which operated against the Allies in the Atlantic during WWII.
13 miles (cycling)
Hurray! Sunny today. Decided to cycle to Le Gois this morning ready for low tide at 9:53 to see what it was like. On the way, we saw two otters ahead of us playing on the cycle path. As we neared the causeway, we could see cars parked at the side and probably about a hundred people raking like mad on the sand. We guessed they were looking for cockles or oysters.
We had a pedal to the first corner of ...
11 miles (cycling)
Weather this morning dull and overcast.
We decided to go north to do the bike tracks we missed out the other day, calling in to the market at La Gueriniere on the way.
Nothing too exciting – just another day at L'Herbaudiere.
Back to Les 2 Entrees Cotes for dinner tonight. ...
... We went to the snack bar and shared a pizza. Very pleasant guy running it but we were the only ones there. Also, they were offering the same wine at the campsite restaurant at €14 when it was €18 at our campsite. A good swimming pool and a covered swimming pool as well. Also, an ice cream cabinet for kids which strangely ours doesn't have. We both wished we were ...