BEST WESTERN Le Duguesclin
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... to be seen as they were all busy exploring. Lily and Ruby were climbing rocks and the twins were collecting shells but eventually their hunger overcame them and they came looking for some food. We spent a relaxing couple of hours on the beach just milling about, variously climbing rocks and looking at rockpools, buying drinks and cakes from the shop the twins created and generally just hanging about. Ruby made a picture ...
... later as I was cruising down the motorway the door opened and she was a little shocked I had driven off like this but I figured that it is a pretty small room and that if anything had happened she wouldn’t have bounced around too much (Jess says: please imagine what it is like to be conducting a business conference call in the toilet of a campervan to suddenly feel it moving unexpectedly and for it to get faster and faster and to be holding on for dear ...
... but it was, in fact, an exhibition on dining in the "moyen age" - medieval times. There were interesting interactive displays behind immensely heavy wooden doors in the tower rooms, all with a different theme and rather well done. Pity we didn't have time to do them justice. In the entrance had been a large tub of medieval dress ups and there were signs about the activities for children. Would be fantastic for children to ...
... ascension was over the outside of the roof to a small platform, where a flag snapped in the stiff breeze. It was probably clearer today, with the wind there was none of the blue haze of Thursday, and the lighthouses of Cap Frehel looked quite close and clear.
Below in the clear water yachts were moored - on one a party of four were sitting at a table having lunch on deck. A tour cruise from St Malo came by with ...
... next destination, getting lunch on the he way (we don't want to miss the magic lunch window and starve all afternoon, and not sure what will be open, given its Sunday). Doing a lap of town after leaving the car park we realise that church is over and all those cars down those narrow lanes are beginning to reverse out, as there is no other way to exit! Jonathan quickly ducks around a corner and we escape.
And that was Moncontour.