Anne de Bretagne
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- Swimming pool
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... fresh which will be lovely as its meant to be quite warm later today. Apparently it's unseasonably warm here in Brittany this year, and in particular, this week so we're told to expect temperatures of 30-31 degrees. The ride starts out well, we have some rolling uphill struggle and downhills, not too steep and then we're on the canal path into Reddon - very flat for the next 20 kms. We arrive in Reddon at 11am and we take time ...
... trucks were having a break. Only one toll ticket for 3.5 hours and as we got near Nantes we came off to go to the lovely town of Saint-Philbert-de-Grand-Lieu we had to pay €51.50 for our days work.
The drive North was ever changing because very soon we had left the vineyards behind and soon encountered huge fields of barley many already cut and straw baled and removed more with combine harvester parked up ready to roll.
After leaving Marseille I was directed to stay below 600' and follow the coast west - oh what a shame! Just spectacular, it was fairly overcast, so colours weren't quite popping, but were some sights that I wasn't expecting, as I thought of the French med coast as all built up.
I slept through our departure from Bordeaux and woke to coffee in the Bay of Biscay. It was a slightly overcast day with a choppy sea and we stayed in bed and read before going down to a light breakfast after 10:00. We went and found a sheltered corner of the pool deck and snuggled up in comfy chairs with blankets around us to keep out any ...
Our final adventure in Normandy was an 1 1/2 hour drive to Mont Saint-Michel. Le Mont-Saint-Michel is an island commune in Normandy, France. It is located approximately 0.6 miles off the northwestern coast of France. The island has held strategic fortifications since ancient times and since the 8th century AD has been the seat of the monastery from which it draws its name. One of France's most recognizable landmarks, Mont ...