Relais du Mont
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... here. The abbey closes as 7pm but it seems the buses continue to drop people off and pick them up again, until dark. After about 9pm, it seems the day trippers have left. Mind you, there seem to be a lot of hotels in the island so there are still plenty of people around. We head back to the hotel for a slightly earlier night than we've had since starting the bike ride as we're both a little tired from that week. More exploring to be done ...
I'm writing this from Mont St Michel on Saturday. Our final riding day was yesterday and the weather gods really turned it on; it was a lovely day. Cool and breezy in the morning and warmed up quite a bit in the afternoon. The riding was the shortest trip of the week, 46kms with only gentle hills, lots of downhill and flat. Even a tail breeze at one point. We had a picnic ...
We all left the farm early and drove 2 1/5 hours to the coast of Normandy and Brittany to the abbey of Mont St-Michel. For more than a thousand years, the distant silhouette of ths island abbey sent pilgim's spirits soaring. Mont St-Michel is among the top four pilgrimage sites for Christians through the ages. It floats like a mirage on the horizon. It is surrounded by a vast mudflat and connected to the mainland by a half-mile causeway. Mont ...
... 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 ...
... is to get out , walk to the other end of the bus and then drive off in that direction. Not a bad idea really and Traci could even manage this!
Upon arriving at the island we walked through the medieval walls and began exploring this remarkable location taking winding and narrow paths that make up the streets in the village which is filled with shops, restaurants and private homes. Roy sent us off on a geocache hunt ...