Best Western Le Moulin de Ducey
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on top of a very large rock with a medieval town build around it. At high tide, it used to be completely cut off from the mainland but there is now a bridge connecting the two. So we park the car, head to the information centre to find out where we go next, learn about the shuttle buses and leaving our car where it is. Back to the car to collect the luggage, including Rob's cupboard which, fortunately, chooses today to resemble a ...
... rooms. Several of us took the van into the nearest town, Port Louis, to see the fort and French East India museum. Another great visit. Then back to the hotel for a swim in the pool and a relax in the spa in our room! Dinner at 8. We had a room to ourselves and the food and service were the best of the week. This was a great day to finish on - the best ride and the best ...
... of in Le Mans by the rest of the family who waited with us on the train platform until the very last moment to say goodbye. They are all such wonderful people. As we gave kisses and hugs, and waved goodbye, we are sure we will see each other again, and feel very blessed with the kindness and hospitality we have been shown the last two days. We arrived back in Paris in time for a wonderful dinner, and a stroll to the Eiffel Tower before collapsing into ...
... must have been laser tag where once again Kate and Roy beat mum and dad and the petting farm where Kate and Roy got the chance to hand feed the lambs. It seemed like we had the whole park to ourselves and were told that there were only 40 guests today and not once did we have to line up for a ride. This week is the first week of the peak season when they open every day and from next week summer school holidays start and they normally ...
Traci and Nathan fulfilled one of their dreams today by finally visiting Mont St Michel, a medieval monastery with an imposing Abbey built atop a small island in the bay where the regions of Normandy and Brittany merge. It was built in the 8th century by Bishop Aubert who lived in a town nearby and built the monastery after he was visited by the Archangel Michael who told him to visit it. This location has been a place ...