Hallelujah! Dormant churches are being reborn as hotels, restaurants, breweries—even thumping nightclubs.
Brittany + Normandy
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Restaurants in Brittany + Normandy
Though it’s a local cliché, one must eat at this seafood brasserie facing the Trouville port. The place is the sort of French restaurant you dream—and have nightmares—about: the zinc accents, the paper-covered tables, and, of course, the comically abrupt waiters.
Things to do in Brittany + Normandy
The island is monopolized by normal, regular French people of average means in the normal, regular business of being on holiday: riding bikes, picnicking, swimming (even though the water never averages more than 64 degrees), buying honey at the market, wearing out the plastic cafe furniture.