Chateau Du Landel
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... be realistic and recognise that building of such age are bound to look a little aged but this one just looks grubby.
I found this to be rather cold and bleak and looking 'unloved'. Surprising considering the great pride which the community obviously take in their cathedral with it being used as the centre piece of the light show every evening.
Anyway, the hisotry of this cathedral dates back to around A.D. 260 when St Mellon
... If one is not prepared to make peace, I am quite ready to fight for it."
i'm about to head off to a lovely little restaurant near the cathedral, where I will once again watch to light show.
I will conclude, however, with a message written in the visitor's book in the church as recorded in the pamphlet: 'the sad history that occurred in this place still impregnates the walls. On this Old Market Square, when looking at the statue of Joan ...
... I've not seen anyone sitting outside a restaurant smoking . . . this pleases me no end. They, too, tell me about the light show.
A crowd of easily three hundred people gathered at the front of the Cathedral no doubt all told my waiters and hotel staff. I was expecting a few laser lights flashing around for a few minutes, instead I saw one of the most stunning visual presentations I ...
... this city with the exact same name in the same area which our search didn't show up. We returned to the area near the Notre Dame for dinner. Dale ordered a plate of cured meats for entree because it's name in the menu was "Master Pig". The next morning we went to the site where Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake for heresy in 1431. And now we're off again, heading out further into Normandy to ...
... held tours in both English and French at set times to hear all about the first landing and the war itself and they also played the American anthem in bell chime, a very touching moment when walking past so many graves. On our return we walked along the beach that was now getting busy and we saw wind surfers and what looked to be a family horse riding and galloping down the beach..I wasn't jealous..much. We estimated our walk as being around 8k so when we arrived back at our camper ...