Pierre & Vacances Residence Ty Mat
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... dog who asked if we needed any help. In our best french we explained our situation and he exclaimed 'pas problem' and directed us to another aire about 5 miles away, or perhaps we would like to stay at a closer aire at the port overlooking the harbour which was free for motorhomes (that sounded more like it), so after thanking him for his kindness and feeling elated that we managed a conversation with a real ...
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(Tue) After 2 days of torrential rain we were lucky enough to see some blue sky again so packed up a picnic and set off along the river path which runs directly behind our campsite all the way to Mont St Michel (12 mile round trip).
Apart from the monuments in and around Paris, Mont St Michel is the most visited tourist attraction in France. This mediaeval walled city, crowned by ...
... copper in the autumn and the tinkling bells as herders chased the goats into the fields. We stopped in Peniche, the small town where we’d ended our trip earlier this year and although not fond of campsites, we made an exception for this non commercial site with access to the beach. We also enjoyed the bike runs through the park, along the beach, through the old port, to the lighthouse and through the shabby chic, little town with its assortment ...
Despite yesterday's forecast we awoke to high winds and after breakfast and showers for everyone except Frances it started to drizzle, then rain hard. So we lingered in the office whilst Pat made small talk with owner. In a break in the weather we set off for Cancale to have one last seafood lunch. We got there just in time to shelter in a bar for coffee. We took our ...
... sup> anniversary of the largest military operation in history, where hundreds of thousands of troops were killed on that faithful day and in the battle than ensued afterwards. Walking through the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial which overlooks one of the beaches, the graves of over 9000 American soldiers lay on lawns with rows and rows and rows of white crosses, and a memorial to over a thousand more whose remains weren’t found. It ...