Campanile St-Malo St-Jouan-des-Guerets
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... mean. I guess I was expecting a driveway and hoping also for a sign or something. We drove around La Macrais (the hamlet where the house is) about three times before we spotted the sign La Macrais and turned at that corner and then turned into the house that might be it. Hubby went to the area where the key is supposed to be kept. He was in there awhile so I went over and told him where she told me to look and he found the key. Guess it would have ...
... sure would hate to have to read street signs!!
We we stopped in a small town Ernee for our main meal of the day. We chose a hotel restaurant called Hotel Grand Cerf. The menus were written on small chalkboards and all in French. Jerry, knowing what Kathy likes and dislikes (he should after almost 14 years) kicks his French into gear and orders a lovely lunch. We started off with cold tomato appetizer, followed by a green salad, a chicken over couscous with a ...
... Legend has it that a 10th-century Breton Duke was inspired to resist and defeat Viking raiders when he saw an ermine which was being chased by a fox suddenly turn and attack the larger animal.
We set our sights on Des Hautes Grees, a campground a little further along the coast in Erquy. It’s quite a nice place with a laundromat so it’s time to get the laundry done.
We drove into Erquy for ...
Left Bayeux 9.30am and driving to La Monte St Michel. Some 80 miles. The Mont is a historic island that you can only access when the tides out. Weathers very hot. Driving is so enjoyable through the countryside. Miles and miles of absolute beautiful scenery. Farm yards and meadows, with lovely cottages and barns constantly please your eyes. Quant villages and clean towns all gleaming with pride as the locals love and care for them. It certainly shows. Why wouldn't you want to ...
... 7:00pm, when they closed up and the restaurants opened up. We were sitting at an outdoor cafe on Place des Merciers people-watching and I began to notice people stepping out in their best dinner attire. We’re still in our tourist attire of the day, with no plans to return to the van to change for dinner, so I’m hoping we don’t feel out of place in the slightly flasher than normal restaurant I had picked from the ...