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Travel Blogs from Saint Gilles Croix de Vie
So, off we went to the next town, Sabres, where we happened upon a lovely little boulangerie right across from the town center. The delightful man helped us with a baguette for lunch, a pain au chocolat for breakfast, and a lovely cuppa café to go with it. We had our picture-perfect breakfast on the patio, in the sunshine, and all was better.
We continued northward, heading generally toward Mont St. Michel. This meant quite a lot of autoroute miles ...
... and took photos. Then we cycled on to the bridge but nothing much there so cycled back to Barbatre for a coffee. Then we went to Barbatre's local beach, the Plage L’Ocean for a while.
Cycled home for a late lunch and started to pack ready for our departure tomorrow. Did a route and then took off on our cycles for the last time to the restaurant in the village. Very pleasant service once again and we bought some bags ...
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 ...
L’Herbaudiere seems the most "real" town so far on the island. It has a port and offers scuba diving. Had a coffee and carried on down the west coast of the island to stop at Plage de Luzeronde, a long sandy beach but near deserted today. Tried to find our way through the salt pens (marais salants) but very tricky although great photo opportunities for birds but the herons continue to elude me. They fly ...