Hotel Beauvoir La Vieille Renommee
11 Place Aux Foires, Le Faou, Brest, Brittany, 29580, France
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Boat Cruise to Ile d'Oussant
Boats and Océanopolis building
I am Hasan. i am going to study in Brest.i want to going from dubai,what way will short cut from this journey,
i want know the economi condition of Brest.Is there any part time work for student.if i know frence or not. privatly accomodation condition ,expense .
If you do not speak or read French you are going to have serious problems! It is time to start learning.
English is not as widely spoken or understood in France as many people expect. Even when French people do speak English, they are reluctant to do so.
It is many years since I was in Brest so I cannot comment on the availability of accommodation nor the economic condition of the city.
Travel Tips for Brest
MUSEE DES PHARES ET BALISES
The was actually the objective area. We had to walk for more than one hour on the Island to get here. We had a tour of the musee, but the lady on duty was very scared of cameras, so unfortunately , you have to visit here to experience the amazing sea culture and history.
The exhibition covers extensively the period, which, with Augustin Fresnel (1788-1828) began, the "Siècle des Lumières". Established in the former power station of the Créac'h lighthouse, the "Centre d'Interprétation des Phares et Balises" is dedicated to the history and techniques of maritime signalling since antiquity.
Very interesting place especially to sea fearers.
The End of the World before America was discovered
"City with a fort (or fortress)"
Brest is centered around the port and the fort, which can be visited. It isn't the most charming nor attractive city in the world but it has a unique personality. Its charm is the food (dessert, seafood and some strong cheese) and casual atmosphere... A lot of students seem to go out at night, too.
People in Brest is very proud of the famous Crepe. I had the seafood (no sugar or chocolate!) one called Saint Jacque. It was the best crepe I ever had! And one must eat that with the Brest's own apple cider (alcohol content around 5%) which goes really well with Crepes... I love visiting France; cuisines are always pleasure :-) Yes, the authentic crepes should be folded to square!
"Serious matter when it comes to a bakery..."
People in Brest take bakeries very seriously. Just look at this lady's face...