Manoir de Kerledan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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"I Have Left My Heart in So Many Places." Today was an emotional day in Normandy. When the four Viking buses arrived at the Normandy Cemetary Memorial we were treated to a special ceremony honoring the Americans and Allies who perished at Omaha Beach. A young French woman, thanked us - with sincere tears in her eyes - for our countrymen's participation in the liberation of Normandy on ...
Today we left Morlaix and travelled firstly to the Crozon peninsular on the west coast of Brittany. Bit drizzly but nothing to stop us having a good look around. After visiting the town of Crozon and having the obligatory coffee, we headed for a really interesting village on the coast, Camaret. Really nice fishing / boating harbour with any number of restaurants on the waterfront. One of the landmarks, quite sad really is, ...
... it cost about 80 quid! It's almost worth going to France just to get your bike fixed! As soon as I got back on my bike, it felt brand new and we were soon cruising along in the drizzle, back to join the cycle path to Morlaix! Rain was not something we'd counted on and in my head I'd imagined cycling about in shorts and blazing sunshine - I almost didn't even take a coat! It was a really nice cycle to Morlaix though and although hillier and less sunny ...
We started the day off strolling through Caen's abbey and castle--the abbey was beautiful, very similar to Notre Dame. We ate Clemson-colored macaroons and other pastries while staring at it! I'm starting to discover that a whole load of sugar for breakfast does not keep one hungry for long…oh well!
We stopped over in Bayeux, a name I still can't pronounce right, (I'm having trouble remembering ...
Mont Saint Michel is an abbey in…the middle of nowhere, Normandy! When the tide is high, the water rises all around it, only keeping a thin road that leads down the middle (the place is filled with warnings about being aware of the tides). Once we arrived, we walked on the beach around the perimeter of the abbey. Then we went to the very top and saw all the ins and outs of the place. ...