Chateaux du Val - Domaine du Val
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It was dry this morning which was a surprise but it looks like rain is forecast later in the day so we hope to be in St Malo before then. We are following the coast on today's ride which will be almost twice as long as the direct route. Apart from the weather we have no hurry to be in St Malo and we will be back staying at Hotel Kyriad as we did on the first night. We left after breakfast and had about 4 stops for various reasons before we had gone ...
... the old city. It is glorious. We viewed the forts again. The three forts were built on the rocks just to the north of the town; the Petit Bé, the Grand Bé and Fort National. We then walked along the Esplanade to the new part of the city. We bought fruit and water and headed back. It only cost E 50 cents for a small bottle of cold water. Amazing, particularly as this is peak season. Next we went for a dip in the ocean nearest to ...
... our Aussie friends from Frayssinet came over for the day. More walking - down to the port for lunch & a beer by the water before the long hike back. Then we went to the top of the clock tower for an amazing birds eye view of the town. Yesterday was the first day we've driven outside the town and we went north west to Sables-d'Or-les-pins which took about an hour along pretty scenery and lovely towns - some not ...
... has a 12 metre daily tide. This is a definite must-see attraction. The only downside is the endless throng of tourists. It is very crowded. The site is efficiently set up with a car park the size of a village. There are walking paths and free shuttle buses for the 3 km walk to Mont St Michel. We stayed from 12 noon until 4pm and the car park cost 12 Euros. It cost 9 Euro each to go into the Abbey. Back to St Malo for Beer ...
... 43.00 complete menue, which was four courses included. There was fois gras as a starter, grilled Polluck fish as an main plat and a cheese course followed by the dessert of chocolate soufflé. And a bottle of white wine...Sancerre
All the bestChuck
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