Chateau de Bouceel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Decided we should make use of the car and headed off to Mont St Michel. One of the most visited places in France. Pleasant journey and Rich enjoyed the drive. Couldn't believe how good the traffics and people management was. Despite huge numbers of visitors got on. Shuttle bus within a couple of minutes. Mont St Michel rises spectacularly out of the ...
... hotel we chose was a mile out of town because all of the hotels were in the old part of town with narrow, cobblestone streets and lots of foot traffic. After checking in, we headed over to St Malo for some looking around and dinner. The town is on an island with one land road to it and a fortified wall all around it. We walked around for a while and found a place for dinner.
... So…le Mont San Michel (LMSM) is built on a rock and was begun in the 8th century. When built, it was 6miles from shore on this craggy isolated rock. The Benedictine Monks thought this place perfect for their brand of religion (does severe come to mind?). Pilgrims had to walk at low tide to the Abbey and in so doing were hoping to tip the scale of sin, so Saint Michael would be gentle with them. They would walk the six ...
Stayed Bayeaux, woke up to full on French breakfast of croissants, apricot tart (Yulias favourite), crepes and bacon & eggs. We were picked up by a lady named Sunny for our 3hr toe of the D-Day beaches and memorials. The tour took us to places such as the remnants of the British portable harbour, the US cemetery, Omaha beach and some bunkers with actual guns still in place! After our tour we drove to Mont Saint Michel. Here we checked into ...
... The Cathedral nearby was built around the same time and is very beautifully carved. After that we drove up to Gold Beach and Arromanches where a huge floating harbour was erected in 1944 and it was the D-Day land ing beach dominated by the British. Further along we saw Omaha and Utah beaches where the Americans landed. Later that day we drove down inland to Beauvoir near Mont St Michel. We stayed at the Hotel Le ...