Chateaux du Val - Domaine du Val
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Left Bordeaux 12am 9/6 day at sea. Arrive St Malo France 8am 11/6 we are tendered off here not sure about this and we have a day doing our own thing again. St Malo was first settled in the 8th century and 1st church built in 10th century. St Malo-We walked around the wall built around the medieval city with its cobbled stoned streets with views of the Mont Saint Monastery set high on an ...
... the Museum - the displays were average but the building and the views from the top of the watch tower was worth every Euro ... and stair!
Another excellent dinner in a little local restaurant (with very few tourists) and a walk on the walls at sunset (2200 hrs) - the wind is very cold. ...
... an hour - nice town.
the rest of the day is a rocket-run through to St Malo. It's a long drive , but well worth it. We arrive in St Malo after 1800 hrs and find the hotel. We go to dinner at L'ancherage and enjoy a very pleasant meal before walking along the old walls to see the setting sun ... wow! ...
... uwith butter and sugar. Continued walking around the coast to the end of the track. Very rocky with nice little beaches in between. At high tide and stormy winds it would not be walkable. Walked the inland route back to the hotel, the back to the inner harbour to look across to st malo. Very low tide 9 or 10 metres by the looks of it. Drinks at the hotel and dinner at a local seafood ...
... around them for a while before buying a sandwich and eating it at a park. After lunch we wandered out to a rocky island with a fortress, accessible because it was low tide. 5€ entry fee, and we joined the tail end of a tour - in French although we were given translation sheets. Back along the beach - with breakwater made of old tree trunk logs. Sculptural. Back though ...