Hotel Le Cheval Blanc
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... interesting trip with only around 20 passengers on. Boat designs to carry over 100. We went through locks on two barges, the second very large and there were three yachts as well as us in the lock. Very scary watching me of them pick up a passenger who came down the slippery, slimy ladder complete with luggage and his wellingtons were lowered down. By one of the lock workers. Then arrived in St Malo, which is quite impressive arriving from ...
... then met up with C&R for a lovely lunch, sounds as though we spend our time hanging out in bars and cafés, this was a bit of the tourist beat, so good job we had our French speaker with us. My starter was once gain. Cancale oysters and prawns with wonderful mayo, and these were even better than last nights. With full tums we heaed to the supermarket and slowly wended our way home, stopping off in one of the churches to listen to someone playing the organ. ...
... our way to the top of the island, where the church and abbey were. Great views from there. The tide here is tremendous. It rises and falls 50 feet. We got there at low tide and couldn't see the ocean. When the tide is up, the water slaps against the walls around the village.
We left Mont St. Michel and headed for our next stop for the night in St. Malo. This is also on the coast, ...
Another glorious day and we decided to walk along the river Rance to Lehon. We were only about 10 minutes into the walk when a lady stopped to tell us the path was closed due to falling rocks, so back to the Port across the bridge and off along the other side of the river. Nice stroll along the river bank, quite lot of walkers and cyclists, ...
Great day, sun shining and started with a short walk across the river to buy croissants and pastries for breakfast. Headed up the very steep road towards the old town of Dinan, passing many medieval houses many now art and craft shops. Wandered round twisting streets and found our way upto the old city ...