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Start by marking Discovering The History Of Brittany as Want to Read . I am fortunate to live in Brittany, north-west France
Start by marking Discovering The History Of Brittany as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I am fortunate to live in Brittany, north-west France. Here in the department of Finistere (not to be confused with the former shipping forecast Finisterre in Spain), lies the wild landscape of the Monts d’Arrée, the highest hills of the region. This is a constant source of inspiration. I’m primarily a writer, but also teacher, guide and consultant with many projects concerning the exceptionally I am fortunate to live in Brittany, north-west France.
Brittany: A Cultural History. The Saints' Shore Way: Brittany's Best Coastal Walking.
Wendy Mewes, Discovering the History of Brittany, Red Dog, 2006, p. 44. ^ Gilles Rihouay, Konomor, Barbe-bleue breton, Éd. Keltia Graphic, 29540 Spézet, 2001. a b Brigitte Cazelles and Brett Wells, "Arthur as Barbe-Bleue: The Martyrdom of Saint Tryphine (Breton Mystery)", Yale French Studies, No. 95, Rereading Allegory: Essays in Memory of Daniel Poirion (1999), pp. 134-151. php?title Tryphine&oldid 901102384". Categories: 6th-century Breton people.
Publisher: Red Dog Books. Publication date: Jan. 11, 2006. Number of pages: 128. ISBN: 9780953600151.
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Features an Essentials section with practical tips to help plan a trip, detailed information on attractions and comprehensive listings of where to eat, sleep and have fun., Essentials section with tips on getting there and around. Up-to-date recommendations of great places to stay and eat., Highlights map of the region plus detailed street maps where relevant. Slim enough to fit in a pocket. The content of the Footprintfocus Brittany West Coast guide has been extracted from Footprint's Brittany guide.
Wendy Mewes lives in the wilds of Finistere. A love of history and landscape drives the themes of her published work, which includes Discovering the History of Brittany, Walking the Brittany Coast: Morlaix to Benodet, Crossing Brittany (a travelogue based on walking the Nantes-Brest canal) and The Five of Cups, a novel set in the Monts d'Arree.
Discovering the History of Brittany by Wendy Mewes (Red Dog Books, 2006); Green Guide: Brittany by Grace Coston and Paul Shawcross (Michelin Green Guides, 2007).