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Travel Blogs from Mesquer-Quimiac
... are in fact Roman soldiers turned to stone by Merlin.
The fact is that no-one quite knows what the site is about as unfortunately many stones have been removed in the past to make walls, chicken coops and cow sheds, We ourselves witnessed a house which seemed to have been built out of them. But, non the less they make a very impressive site, which some suggest could have been an astrological compass.
Located at the Menac site is a small visitor centre ...
The pens are an awe inspiring place, which still reck of history and emotion. A must see on any trip to the North West Atlantic coast of France.
The pens are easy to locate from the town centre by following the signs for the dock. Once in the dock follow the road around and you will come to a bridge taking you over the Joubert dry dock. The gates are to the seaward side of the lock. (look left as you drive over the ...
... and salted caramels made a la maison, to take home.
We dropped off our cycles and had a last drink at the bar. The Boden family were there again – Page 82 tonight. The weather was gorgeous today and it looks promising for our journey home.
We have cycled all the tracks on the island this week and clocked up about 80 miles in 6 days. Luckily, most of it was flat as we did it on "shopper" bikes. Nice baskets ...
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. ...
... the side of the sea to the Polder de Sebastopol, the other nature reserve on the island and then on to the Passage du Gois which is the causeway to the mainland and only passable at low tide. There was a plaque telling us that the Tour de France passed through here for the first time on 5th July 1993, almost 20 years to the day.
Cycled on into Barbatre for a ...