Chambres d'hotes Les Sageais
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... is crowned with the pinnacle of the abbey, complete with gold statue of St Michael.The town winds itself around the mount, old houses - many of them now either tourist shops or cafés, restaurants and hotels. Took us an hour or so to wander through the street, and city wall to arrive at the queue to enter the abbey, but having come this far ...
Woke to a very misty morning, and the Port of Dinan looked entirely different. We headed off early (for us!) to catch a boat to cruise along the Rance to St Malo. The mist made the river very atmospheric, though the downside was not being able to see very clearly the very pretty villages along the way. The river at Dinan is quite narrow, but as we headed along towards the sea, became a very wide estuary with a lot of river traffic. Very ...
Early morning visit to bakers for baguette and then david and I walked up the steep hill to dinan whilst Cath and Rich headed off to catch the small tourist train. We managed to leave our map behind but managed to find our way to the station. We couldn't retrieve the tix we had bought on the internet but david managed to explain our problem, Totally in French and we cMe WY with train tix to Nantes , our next stop. Spent an hour or so wandering Round the ...
... we drove over to an area on the coast that has great scenery. We stopped at an old lighthouse and then an old castle. The castle was started in 937 AD. It went through some changes, fire, war. The castle we were looking at was finished in 1793. By then, it was called Fort LA Latte.
We then decided that we needed some lunch. Most places in the little villages close at 2:00PM and don't ...
... woods and flat easy walking to the pretty town of Lehon. Passed a lock along the way, this is a popular river for boating, and we think that might have to go in the future trips file. The town is dominated by the central,church, originally an abbey, built in 9th century. The cloisters contain a beautiful medieval garden.nd the village perched ...