Weather and rail replacement traffic make the original tour selection impossible. So Kathrin conjures up this surprisingly beautiful hike the day before.A beautiful mix of deciduous or mixed forest, open field, at least five lakes and a castle. Best weather (even the short rain does not bother), great refreshments and relaxed discussions complete the day. Thank you, Kathrin (komoot.de/tour/78648535), ThomasKB and frank.I highly recommend the farm shop of Schloss Liebenberg. This is my second visit today and I think this little shop, the offer and the service are just stunning. It may be that the cake is not homemade. Nevertheless, a very nice place to stay.In the ostrich farm Winkler in Löwenberg there's the second stop. Very nice, too. Beer and food are good and the service is fast and friendly.
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Nice little round to the NSG hunters vineyard. There should be a breeding area for black storks. Unfortunately we do not see them.Instead, we see a hawk hunt, two fawns running away from us and at some nettles we can observe the caterpillars of the peacock's eye.Huge fields of thimble have spread in the forest. Looks beautiful. And at one point we find several helmet orchids on the wayside.
"The" Nice of the North "Dinard is located at the mouth of the Rance across from Saint-Malo on the north coast of Brittany, and is first and foremost a picturesque seaside resort.The main central beach of the resort is particularly charming with its characteristic blue-and-white striped bathroom tents Nestled in a beautiful bay, noble villas form the backdrop of the beach - or is it the other way around? On the beach promenade that surrounds the bay, there is enough leisure time to let it all work for you. " Source and further information: bretagne-tip.de/informationen/dinard.htmThe works of art on the promenade and on the beach are really fun today: trousers. Terrific. Art is something wonderful.The photos are from frank again today.
The parish priest Abbé Fouré chiseled in 25 years of work until his death in 1910 nearly 300 figures in the granite on the coast at Rothéneuf. He was considered a nerd.You can visit the small estate and the figures for an entrance of € 2.50 and admire.We still hang on a little hike. But as a heat wave is spreading over Brittany, we break off after a short while and look for a shady place.Today's photos are from frank again.
After our visit to bustling Rennes, the old town of Dinan looks a bit artificial. Almost like in the Truman Show.Unfortunately, a week ago - according to our travel guide - probably the most beautiful medieval half-timbered house of Dinan burned down. Nevertheless, we enjoy the walk and admire the view of the valley of the Rance.Today's photos are from frank.
Rennes - capital of Brittany. Although the city was rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1720 with the plans of a Parisian architect between 1722 and 1756, it seems to us very heterogeneous and lively. Broad avenues with representative houses of wealthy citizens, monumental classical administrative buildings, narrow and winding streets and small crooked, leaning half-timbered houses. Many student pubs or small restaurants and plenty of shopping opportunities. Very charming is the Jardin du Thabor, a park in the city with botanical garden, rosarium and a small animal enclosure. Here, residents and visitors can enjoy a small portion of rest on hot days.The photos are from frank today.
We can not get enough of this beautiful coast and make another hike on the GR34. Today, it goes from Le Verger to the Pointe du Grouin and in a big arc back. Very very nice.On this route you can often see the bunkers built by the German army in World War II. In the bay of Port Mer they have even prepared a battle station with guns aimed at the bay and the interior of the country as a monument.Nevertheless, the coast on this route is charming and a hike highly recommended.I found the hike here: france-voyage.com/balades/pointe-grouin-5952.htm
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