Travel Blogs from Pornichet
Getting to St Nazaire is easy by car from Nantes, where this is a small airport that most European budget airlines use. Take the N165?N161 from Nantes or Rennes. St Nazaire railway station is on the main route from most major cites, such as Paris, Lyon, Lille and Strasbourg and used both regional and TGV trains. Hotels range in price from three star at £65 per night to five star at £113 per night.
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. ...
Headed in to La Gueriniere and bought some bits and pieces. Had dinner in the local restaurant tonight, Les 2 Entrees Cotes. At last it was open and worth the wait. The waitress remembered us too and was very friendly. We both had the €19 menus which were lovely. Played cards when we got back. The baby next door was in full song for part of the night – as ...
... so we thought things may be looking up. The food was very good – M had charcuterie to start. I had curried prawns and tuna steak as a main. Our waitress was very good – the other one swanned around with a trout pout looking like she was doing us all a favour just by being there.
To top it off, we were joined on the next table by a family of 5 straight out of the Boden catalogue – Marine ...